Congratulations, President Meadows. You have turned the little local squabble you wanted to silence into a very public issue. (See “Streisand Effect.”)
Meadows said even though the administration is not prevented from speaking with students about the labor impasse, he had declined to answer [student journalist] Garber’s questions about the dispute. That, Meadows said, means the [student] paper can’t do a fair story even if it persists in speaking to faculty, because the paper won’t have the administration’s side of the story.
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