The editor in chief of a college newspaper turned media away from a protest Thursday afternoon, the Chicago Tribune reported. “Hey, no media in the circle,” Ryan Sorrell, editor of Loyola University Chicago’s Black Tribune, said as he held his hand up to a cameraman. “Sorry, man. You’re good, but just not in the circle.” The only publication reportedly allowed into the circle was his own. Like protesters at University of Missouri, students at Loyola formed a human chain around a protest site to keep the press out.
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