Southern Methodist University changed its decision and now will allow a 9/11 flag display in a prominent part of campus.
Topic: free speech
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?
Louisiana’s governor, John Bel Edwards, said that signing a free speech bill for college campuses would be “overly burdensome.”
Georgetown University unveiled a new free speech policy, which is encouraging since liberal college students are increasingly intolerant of any opposite viewpoints.
Hate speech is protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution, yet University of Maryland students want it classified as ‘cult activity.’
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