The price of censorship? For Chicago State, try $213,231.98

"If you think education is expensive, try ignorance."

--Derek Bok, Harvard president, 1971-91

Unjustly firing a newspaper adviser and running off its editor-in-chief wasn't just costly to Chicago State University's reputation.A federal court ordered the university to pay $2,502.48 in court costs and $210,729.50 in attorney's fees after finding that professor Gerian Steven Moore and student editor George Providence II were unlawfully fired in violation of the First Amendment.U.S.