[BVC-CHAT] Your legal question of the day
ram1anne at gmail.com
Thu Sep 18 11:29:22 CDT 2008
So maybe they don't like advertising inside the building. Seems odd though.
On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 10:18 AM, Greg Hercules <moocowherc at gmail.com>wrote:
> They are white t-shirts with 4.0 and Go logo and a tutoring time/date, or
> they are simply the those 4.0 and Go shirts that are so frequently worn
> around campus. Who draws the line? Is a shirt not a shirt?
> On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 10:13 AM, Christopher Menzel <cmenzel at tamu.edu>wrote:
>> > My friends and I were threatened with charges of organized crime,
>> > felony theft, criminal mischief, and told we were going to be
>> > expelled and/or lose our scholarships because we rode a little
>> > girl's pink bike across a professor's stage during his class.
>> > Instead, we apologized, and nothing ever came of it.
>> That is awesome. I'd love it if someone did that in my big lecture
>> > In this case, as has already been noted A&M zones certain areas as
>> > freedom of expression areas and inside class buildings is not one of
>> > them. Whether the t-shirts are "expressive" enough to need to only
>> > be worn in those areas seems to be entirely up for interpretation
>> > and the people that interpret that are not you guys.
>> True, but they can't just make stuff up, either. Around here an
>> "Obama 08" T-shirt is enough to set some people off, but I doubt any
>> case could be made of it. So yeah, what was on the T-shirts matters.
>> So what was on the T-shirts, Herc?? It sorta makes it hard to assess
>> the case without knowing.
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