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Monday, December 17, 2012

University of Delaware Tells Students To Stop Selling T-Shirts With Vulgar Language

From the Chronicle of Higher Education: The University of Delaware has served a cease-and-desist letter on two of its students who want to sell t-shirts emblazoned with colorful language. It may not the colorful language that precipitated the letter. Well, maybe that's part of the problem. It also seems to be the students' use of the university's trademark "U" and "D" incorporated into the phrase.  See for yourself in the photo at the Chronicle's article here; more coverage from Delaware Online here.

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