A conservative student publication contained
a cartoon of an aborted fetus lying near a local bank which the
editors felt had supported pro-choice views. The headline read
"turn your Catholic cash into blood money." The implication was
that Catholics using the bank were contributing to a pro-choice
viewpoint and/or that the bank was using such investors' money in
bad faith.

University officials confiscated the publication. The students
responsible for the publication called this censorship. The
University's director of Student Development stated that the
confiscation had nothing to do with the paper's content. That
issue would be discussed after the students applied  for official
recognition, as all student organizations are required to do. In
fact, the administrator in charge requested prior to the issue
being printed that the students not distribute the paper before
their status had been decided.