I remember censorship came into play in Coe College's Flunk Day newspaper in fear of reprisals and lawsuits by parents. This isn't really free speech.
FYI: Coe's official description of Flunk Day is
Flunk Day: A Coe tradition begun in 1911. Classes are canceled for a day in the spring so the student body can enjoy an all-school picnic, outdoor activities and fun.In reality, it's a day of drunken revelry for the drinking population of Coe ;).
I love Flunk Day!!
Here are a few pictures of Flunk Day at Coe:
That's my best friend, Britta. The backdrop is the Flunk Day Committee (2004-2005) on a bus.
The scene of Flunk Day 2003. My very first Flunk Day!
[Listening to: Wreck of the Day - Anna Nalick - Wreck of the Day (4:06)]