A three-judge panel heard arguments in the university’s appeal of a November ruling in Douglas County that said the University of Kansas didn’t have the jurisdiction to expel Navid Yeasin over tweets aimed at his ex-girlfriend.
A three-judge panel heard arguments in the university’s appeal of a November ruling in Douglas County that said the University of Kansas didn’t have the jurisdiction to expel Navid Yeasin over tweets aimed at his ex-girlfriend. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
A three-judge panel heard arguments in the university’s appeal of a November ruling in Douglas County that said the University of Kansas didn’t have the jurisdiction to expel Navid Yeasin over tweets aimed at his ex-girlfriend. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

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