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Students find photo hard to stomach, take papers

Framingham State editor wants them to pay reprint cost

Jennifer Carsillo, 18, (third from left) said she and a friend grabbed 130 copies of The Gatepost paper because they were embarrassed about this photo, shot at a lacrosse game. Jennifer Carsillo, 18, (third from left) said she and a friend grabbed 130 copies of The Gatepost paper because they were embarrassed about this photo, shot at a lacrosse game. (Chris Calzolaio/The Gatepost)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / May 10, 2007

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Dozens of copies of the Framingham State College student newspaper went missing recently, but the culprits were not angry over an editorial or a hard-hitting exposé. Two students said they did not like a picture showing their bare midriffs splashed across the front page. (Full article: 328 words)

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