So adding insult to injury the administration has, according to the Chicago Tribune and a terse university email, retracted its censorship policy and attempted to throw the faculty union president under the bus by insinuating that it was her responsibility to communicate to the university that an un-vetted and unconstitutional university policy was rescinded. Really??? If lower level functionaries are led to believe that they can issue missives infringing on the First Amendment rights of faculty then there is a serious leadership deficit at the university. Some would demand that firings are in order. How many missteps does an administrator get before they lose their job after further damaging the institution's reputation???