Sexist newsletter brings suspension

September 1990
Liberal Education;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p49
Reports that Santa Clara University, California, has suspended the Lambda chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon for at least four years for using offensive language in the chapter's newsletter.


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