Talk:B.U. Exposure

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Heavy bias[edit]

"John Silber was appointed president of B.U. in 1971 and immediately began to attempt to quash the dissent that made the campus known as "Berkeley East" by implementing an authoritarian management style alien to most top American universities and colleges. He began scaling back the freedoms enjoyed by the students and faculty, and one of the areas he targeted was the student press." Need I quote more? The entire article is (deserved, but unprofessional) invective. GenericGabriel (talk) 19:24, 14 September 2009 (UTC)