JAWS dropped when Columbia University sent out a press release Monday touting its May 19 Graduate School of Journalism commencement with a speech by US Attorney General Eric Holder — and noting it would be closed to the press. “They trumpet freedom of the press, so why shut out the press?” one aghast journo noted. We quizzed grad-school rep Elizabeth Fishman, who was equally stunned. She called back to say the university, not the journalism school, goofed and there is no such ban. “There is nothing at all we want to hide,” she insisted, thanking Page Six for bringing the screw-up to her attention.
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