A Review of Newspaper Theft and Vandalism at Colleges Across the Country

In the months since the 2016-17 school year began, a number of college newspapers have struggled with the theft or vandalism of their campus publications.

In September, Butler University’s student newspaper, the Butler Collegian, published a front-page article about the university’s gender-inclusive housing policy, accompanied by a graphic depicting the symbols for the male and female genders. According to an article by the Collegian, individuals then took papers from the campus racks and drew the transgender symbol in the design writing, “TRANSformBU” and “We fixed it for you,” on some of the issues.

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