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Has the KCPR controversy been overblown?

No. It’s outrageous what these students were allowed to get away with.
Yes. Clearly Cal Poly administrators are too squeamish and don’t understand how Snapchat works.
Sure, it was offensive, but it doesn’t justify selling the station license.
Blown?!? That’s offensive!

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The following article was posted on January 29th, 2014, in the New Times - Volume 28, Issue 27 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [newtimesslo.com] - Volume 28, Issue 27

Thanks for coverage of the drought and more, Jono

Dee Carroll - Santa Margarita

I have known Jono Kinkade since he was of teen age and worked with adults and other teens against the war in Iraq and for peace! I am glad New Times has him to write on important issues. You can see that he searches thoroughly for information in his articles!

The one in the Jan. 23 issue on the drought and serious water shortages (“Water in the red”) is so true and actually, unless we get some rain soon, very serious and scary. If the drought continues, we will be “one big sand dune!”

Thank you for this and all your other fine articles, Mr. Jono Kinkade!