"Heavy Metal" music was thought to be inconsistent with the
school's Franciscan tradition. The campus radio was also airing
live "shout-outs" (or listener requests to dedicate a song to a
friend). Albany police were afraid that gang members were using
the program to exchange messages, and that they "glorified and
propagated gang activity."

The station's new policy is to screen the shout-outs by taping
and reviewing them before airing them. According to the Director
of Campus Programs, "Anything that contains questionable phrases
[there is considerable latitude there for interpretation by
authorities] isn't played."