Hate speech is protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution, yet University of Maryland students want it classified as ‘cult activity.’
Topic: free speech
Claremont McKenna will not levy serious sanctions against their students who disrupted a speech by the author of the book, “War on Cops.”
Several college professors, who are alumni of Middlebury College, criticized the college for failing to stand up for free speech.
Conservative UCLA professor Keith Fink has some supporters among students at the university, after all
None of the sixty-seven students who participated in the disruptive protest at Middlebury College will be expelled or suspended, but they will be placed on probation and other disciplinary measures, announced the college.
So much for diversity: College students and faculty at Orange Coast College want to boot the College Republicans chapter from their campus.
A Chinese exchange student was criticized over her remarks of how America’s “fresh air” was liberating, compared to her home country of China.
A conservative professor at UCLA faces possible termination at the end of his current contract as a lecturer, while he and a university dean are deadlocked over registration to one of his courses on freedom of speech.
The state of Tennessee passed a law that will protect free speech of students on public college campuses.
John K. Wilson of the AAUP writes about the new campus free speech law in Tennessee and some of the pros and cons of the law.