So yesterday, my younger sister (senior in high school) came home from soccer practice quite upset. Apparently, one of the coaches had T-Shirts made for the entire team that said "Xavier Soccer" on the front and "Working ours off to kick yours" on the back. Everybody on the team liked them and I thought they were pretty good (I have one from my last co-op that's similar). But when the principal found out through the Dean of Students (Who is also the athletic director) he cited them as being offensive. And rather than just disallowing them from wearing the shirts at school, he demanded that the entire team turn in the T-Shirts to the school administration or they would be punished. Now I wouldn't have as much of a problem if the prinicipal had simply not allowed those shirts to be worn in school or if the shirts had been bought using funds from the soccer team. What I find incredibly aggrivating is that the principal is confiscating all the T-Shirts that one of the coaches paid for out of his own pocket. To me, that basically seems like stealing. I actually know the principal pretty well as I was very involved in a lot of activities during High School and I'm probably going to go in to voice my opinion on the situation later this week. What do you guys think of the situation?