So says Arkansas Tech President Robert C. Brown in an effort to explain why he put the kabosh on a student production of the musical "Assassins" that was scheduled to open this weekend. More details here.
"Assassins"—which was recently staged in Indy by Low Brow Productions at the Hedback Theatre and was presented years back at the Phoenix—looks at all of the people who have attempted to kill U.S. Presidents.
It does not come down in favor of their actions.
So what's your reaction to Brown’s move? If you disagree with it, are there any circumstances in which an administration would be justified in shutting down a student production?