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We Report, You Decide (Naked Intellect) #766913

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 19, 2004
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.

(Boston: Alisyn Camerota) The controversy over a planned sexually explicit magazine by Harvard students featuring naked undergraduates examined; details given about the magazine “H-Bomb”, the continued debate over what is art versus pornography, the ban on taking naked photographs on university property, and the planned release of the magazine at the beginning of the spring term; response from Harvard University quoted. [Magazine co-creators Camilla HARDY† and Katherina BALDEGG†- describe the magazine.] [Harvard student Matt ANDERSON†- says the magazine runs a fine line of objectifying women.]

Folbaum, Rick;
Camerota, Alisyn

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