FROM Miles Nevin
Academic Freedom and the Rising Cost of College Textbooks Alain Bourget is a tenured math professor at Cal State Fullerton, where he's taught for nine years. Now, he's been reprimanded by his department, and tomorrow he faces a faculty hearing. Lily Leung is reporting the story for the OC Register .
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