Social-work student lands in hot water over posters at Binghamton
November 14, 2008
by Robin Wilson
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The social-work department at the State University of New York at Binghamton wants a graduate student to withdraw for a year after he put up posters on the campus criticizing the Binghamton Housing Authority and an adjunct professor in the department who heads the authority.
The student, Andre Massena, is enrolled in the master's program in social work.
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