NOTE: The online Graphic maintains an archive that can be searched, and its stories are accessible through major internet search engines such as Google. In keeping with professional standards of journalism taught to our students, we are loathe to remove online Graphic content without proof that its continued existence in cyberspace is legally or morally untenable. If you feel the continued presence of an article in the online Graphic is libelous, or its content would cause you extreme embarrassment such that in the name of Christian values, the story should be removed, please e-mail the Graphic adviser at email@example.com. State your request and the reasons why the continued existence of the article constitutes libel or extreme spiritual or moral harm to you. The Publications Board of the Graphic-consisting of the student editor-in-chief, student news editor, advisor, associate adviser and one Communication Division professor--will consider your request and respond by e-mail within 30 days.
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