FREE PRESS — Graduates at U.C. Riverside don't need commencement speaker references to entry into "the real world."  They've got a student newspaper that was stolen from the campus newsracks in bulk when it published "a front-page article about questionable spending
by UCR's former student government President Roxanna Sanchez, who spent almost
$5,000 without authorization to fly herself and an intern to a conference they
were not approved to attend," according to the Student Press Law Center.
The unsolved ripoff echoes those done by public officials in San Francisco and Berkeley in recent years.