February 12, 2006 - Posted at 12:20 p.m. CST
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ A Catholic college in Kansas City pulls
its student newspaper from the rack after it publishes articles
about premarital sex and birth control.
Administrators from Avila University say they removed the
newspapers because they were ``inconsistent with the values of the
The school newspaper is called The Talon. Editor Ben Digman says
he knew there might be trouble over a provocative cover of unzipped
pants, but he didn't expect confiscation. Articles inside discussed
one-night stands, sex among students and birth control.
An Avila representative says the student editors are free to
publish future editions of The Talon, but there might not be more
editions for students to read.
Digman says he wants to publish a paper that reflects what
students have to say, not a watered-down publication.