The 180 | Sep 26, 2013 | 9:52

Should students be punished for taking part in a rape chant?

Jim and Saint Mary's professor MArk Mercer discuss Mercer's recent letter to the editor criticizing the punishment of UBC students caught chanting about rape.

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