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Political Whiplash

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Fletchette, Apr 6, 2006.

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  1. Fletchette

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    Colorado, and specifically the University of Colorado, has seen more than it's share of scandals lately, but here is one under-reported one: CU golfers suspended for trip to strip club.

    CU is obviously sensitive to raunchy activity by it's students since the football recruiting scandal (where scouts and coaches were accused of hiring prostitutes for prospective players), but I think this has gone too far.

    These golfers, all over 18, went to a strip club (legal activity) on their own time. So what? Why should a university suspend someone over that? What's next, suspending someone for going to a shooting range on their free time?

    Note: Ward Churchill, who falsified his resume, has not been suspended.
     
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