N.Y. paper told not to run rival college’s ads

NEW YORK ' The Tangerine, the student newspaper at Utica College, was told directly by the college's president not to run an advertisement for a competing educational institution in September.

SUNY Institute of Technology, another college in Utica, paid to advertise its fall open house in The Tangerine. The ad infuriated Utica President Todd Hutton, who sent an e-mail to the paper's faculty adviser, Kim Landon, telling her not to publish similar ads in the future.

'This is absolutely inexcusable,' Hutton wrote.