Anger Over Cartoons in UConn Newspaper
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Editors of The Daily Campus, the student newspaper at the University of Connecticut, are developing new policies in the wake of controversies over two cartoons that were seen as sexist by many students, The Hartford Courant reported. One cartoon featured the line: "Forget sugar and spice and everything nice. Try crabs, scabs and everything viral. That's what girls are really made of." The other showed a man throwing a diamond ring into a bedroom, leading a woman to chase after it, tongue hanging out.