"Pork Prankster" Plans to Appeal his Eight Pages of Punishment

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The Southern Illinois University student who put a cooked pig's head on his university chancellor's car last spring was neither expelled nor suspended Friday, but he'll still appeal his sentence, Garth Kiser told the Daily Egyptian. To repay his "disorderly conduct," Kiser must write an eight-page paper "on how the university spends its tuition and student fee dollars" by December 1. The cooked pig's head was accompanied by a poster addressed to SIU Chancellor Walter Wendler. "Wendler, stop pigging out on tuition $$!!" it said. Kiser plans to appeal his sentence because he thinks the committee's definition of "disorderly conduct" is unconstitutional.