The University of Louisiana-Lafayette recently updated its free speech policy after questions were raised about the previous policy and its allegedly vague wording.
Topic: free speech
Virginia State University’s policy forbids student organizations from violating “public morals,” which is not defined in their handbook.
An anti-Trump organization, PEN America, wrote a recent opinion editorial which criticized bans on “free speech zones” in Texas and Alabama and defended the “heckler’s veto.”
The University of Colorado Board of Regents recently approved a plan to send a letter reaffirming the defense of free speech on all its college campuses in the state of Colorado.
In a recent interview with Campus Reform, Sen. Cruz said that during his higher education career he took courses with Marxist teachers, and while he staunchly disagreed with those teachers, he was “perfectly happy” to…
While speaking at UMass-Amherst, former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was interrupted by protesters, while he spoke on the subject of… free speech!
A law professor used the “n-word” in class as a part of teaching about constitutional law and the freedom of speech, and was criticized for it by students. The university stood behind him because it is free speech.
Censoring dorm hall content is no longer an issue at the University of Michigan, which had planned to implement the censorship policy until recently.
‘Mean’ speech at Montana Western could’ve led to discipline, but after public outcry, the university reversed the ‘mean’ speech policy.
South Dakota’s Board of Regents encouraged universities to have more intellectual diversity, which is an encouraging sign in higher education.