Security costs have increased in light of protests at Harvard University, totaling at least $10,000 per speech.
Topic: free speech
Scholar Charles Murray was called a “white nationalist” by Harvard students, who do not agree with the premise of his 1994 book on nature-vs.-nurture in ethnic groups.
50% of Virginia residents prefer protecting against discrimination over protecting freedom of speech, per a poll by VCU.
After receiving a ‘yellow’ rating by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), Cal-Berkeley may revamp parts of its speech policies.
A Canadian university canceled a free speech event after protests were scheduled for the event.
Campus protests shook and stunned Evergreen State College, and the backlash against the protests may have led the college to look to hire a marketing and brand fellow to rebuild its public image.
Southern Methodist University changed its decision and now will allow a 9/11 flag display in a prominent part of campus.
Southern Methodist University changed the location of a flag display application, remembering the events of September 11, 2001 from the Young America’s Foundation chapter from a prominent location to a different location.
Five Claremont McKenna students were suspended, and two on “conduct probation” due to their involvement in shutting down a speech by an author on the college campus this past spring.
Berkeley prides itself on being the birthplace of the free speech movement but is that where it will end?