Earlier this week, two undergraduate students received permission from the school to publish a magazine called "H Bomb."
The two female students are planning to include fiction, art, humor, sex advice -- and nude photos of male and female students. But now, Harvard has released a statement saying the magazine was approved on the condition that it would not include pornography.
And the school is backing away from an earlier statement that the students could apply for funding. The latest statement says "no funds from Harvard College will be provided for this publication."
The students who are planning to launch the magazine in May insist that it won't be porn. In a letter to the Harvard Crimson newspaper, they say even though there will be photos of nude students, the "main focus" will be an "honest discussion of sex on campus."
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