Two University of Delaware students are charging in a federal lawsuit that the school violated their right to free speech because officials would not let them sell T-shirts at homecoming imprinted with a slang phrase commonly used to heckle opposing teams.
“This is a civil rights case. My clients’ freedom of expression under the First Amendment is being repressed by the threat of academic disciplinary proceedings,” said attorney David Finger.
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