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DOJ Agreement May Include Giving Student, Faculty Names At Montana

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Roy Austin, left, and U.S. Attorney for Montana Michael Cotter listen to University of Mont
Deputy Assistant Attorney General Roy Austin, left, and U.S. Attorney for Montana Michael Cotter listen to University of Montana President Royce Engstrom discuss an agreement on the handling of campus sexual assault cases on Thursday, May 9, 2013 in Missoula, Mont. Federal officials reached a deal with the university after a yearlong investigation Into mishandled sexual assault reports that will require the school to revise its policies and adequately respond. (AP Photo/Matt Gouras)

Jeff Wiltse sets up the projector in his Movie America class.

An assistant history professor at the University of Montana, Wiltse explains that the class will be watching “Do the Right Thing” today, and that it will run just a little over class time. Warned about this earlier in the year, none of the students seemed perturbed.

“Just to cut down the time though, we’re going to skip a scene near the middle,” Wiltse said. “It’s a little graphic, and it doesn’t really add anything to the story, so we’re just going to skip over that.”

“What’s the scene about?” one student mumbled.

“Why are we skipping it?” another said.

They figure Wiltse is skipping a sex scene.

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