At the University of California at San Diego (search), the student government and school TV station are facing off on televised sex.

SRTV is airing graphic programs produced by senior Steven York (search), one of which shows him having sex with a porn actress.

"This material right there, that we're producing, is for a specific audience. And you know people are going to be offended, but at the same time, that's sort of the college experience," York said.

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University rules states that SRTV (search) can air "indecent" but not "obscene" material. Station manager Tiffany Wrapp backs York.

"Personally, I don't think sex is something that should be censored," Wrapp said.

But students at the public university feel differently.

"I am embarrassed and I am outraged," said one at a student meeting. The student government voted to ban the show last week, but York did more than ignore them.

Hours after the ban, SRTV ran the sex video again, this time with the face of a female student senator superimposed on the face of the porn star.

"They said, Well, this isn't illegal, it is just inappropriate.' And I said, that is really in the eye of the beholder. You know the students I talked to don't really think it is inappropriate," York said.

When asked if one of California's top state schools planned to discipline any of the students involved or pull the plug on porn, the chancellor's office said, "We are not in the business of bigfooting our students ... we'll let them handle it."