Gregg Nitzberg has had his share of problems in college. Learningdisabled, suffering from attention-deficit disorder, and, at age 43,significantly older than most students, he had a few run-ins with theadministration at William Paterson University, where he has beenpursuing a business degree since the fall of 1997.

Still, Nitzberg was stunned to find himself summarily suspended inSeptember after his father allegedly told a staffer in the Governor’sOffice that his son could cause “a lot of students to be hurt, just likeat Columbine, [Colo.].”

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