(Frederick News Post) A display at Hood College intended to spark discussion of hot-button topics has instead been met with criticism and possible penalties for the creators if the college determines they violated school policy. The Hood College Republicans club on Tuesday decorated a glass case displayed in the Whitaker Student Center with material highlighting [...] (Date:04/22/2017 02:05) Read full article >>

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