But don’t expect other universities to follow suit.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided against Marquette University in its ongoing legal battle with John McAdams, the professor it fired for publicly rebuking a graduate assistant for forcing her opinions on her class.
The good news is that students are not quite as ignorant of their constitutional rights as we’ve thought. The bad news is that most universities don’t want them to have any.
Actually, it was the rent-a-cops at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute who tried practicing law without a license. The ABA should be up in arms.
Our friends at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) have compiled a list of the ten campuses with the worst free speech policies.
You would have thought they were handing out Confederate flags.
A Navy veteran might find he ran into less red tape defending his country in the service than he will passing out copies of the U. S. Constitution at Bunker Hill Community College.
The state of Tennessee passed a law that will protect free speech of students on public college campuses.
Colorado lawmakers passed a bill, which was later signed into law by the governor, to remove ‘free speech zones’ from the state’s college campuses.
Flagler College approved a student’s ‘free speech ball’ days after the event was supposed to take place.