A bizarre story out at the University of Arizona, where 10,000 copies of a recent edition of the Daily Wildcat school newspaper went missing.
Hmm. The newspaper's editors think members of Phi Kappa Psi, a fraternity stole the papers because of a police item involving a couple of frat brothers.
Here's where the fun starts: The papers were reportedly recovered in a heap out on the outskirts of town...along with some homework bearing the names of two fraternity brothers.
Now, the student paper is challenging the fraternity to a duel. Okay, maybe not a duel, exactly, but in this column, the paper's managing editor is clearing throwing down a challenge.
Arizona's president, by the way, is Robert Shelton, the former UNC Chapel Hill provost. Shelton condemned the theft of the papers, telling the student newspaper that it is "completely counter to the principles of freedom of expression that we embrace at the UA."