The Week (US)

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■■■ Officials at a Florida high school digitally altered 80 girls’ yearbook photos to hide bare shoulders and any hint of cleavage. Bartram

Trail school officials said the clothes that were altered violated the “student code of conduct,” but critics noted that no changes were made to photos of boys, including the Speedo-clad swim team. “It’s making girls feel ashamed of their bodies,” said Riley O’Keefe, 15.

■■■ Former NFL assistant coach Eugene Chung says a team official told him during a job interview that he was “not really a minority.” Chung, who is of Korean descent, says he replied that the last time he looked in the mirror, “I was a minority,” but the official told him he was “not the right minority.” The NFL called the incident “completely inappropri­ate.”

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