Thursday, April 9, 2009
Two days ago we told you about the unfortunate editor of the BYU student newspaper who made a typo that he described as "the worst mistake" of his life resulting in the recall of almost 20,000 papers.
Today comes an AP story of an editor at another student newspaper who found "the bodies of one-and-a-half deer, several large rodents and a black goat had been left on the porch" of his home in retaliation for an unfavorable editorial he wrote about the school's baseball team.
The most troubling aspect of this story is - where's the other half of that deer?
And you thought legal writing students take criticism badly.
Hat tip to Inside Higher Ed.
I am the scholarship dude.