So much for diversity: College students and faculty at Orange Coast College want to boot the College Republicans chapter from their campus.
Topic: freedom of speech
A Chinese exchange student was criticized over her remarks of how America’s “fresh air” was liberating, compared to her home country of China.
After protesting students disrupted a presentation by several federal officials, one from ICE and another from the Department of Justice, the Northwestern University president condemned the “disrespectful” behavior of the students.
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.
John K. Wilson of the AAUP points out the problems in a recent legal decision by a judge to uphold the suspension of Marquette University professor John McAdams over academic freedom
Freedom of speech is threatened and the best method to protect it is to sanction (i.e. punish) those who oppose freedom of speech on college campuses.
Free speech doesn’t matter as much as protecting the ‘safety of the marginalized,’ claimed a student at the University of California-Berkeley in an op-ed.
Middlebury College will punish thirty of their students for their role in disrupting a speech by AEI scholar Charles Murray.
A young liberal college student at Williams College is trying to arrange non-liberal speakers to come and speak to his fellow students, contrary to the reaction at Cal-Berkeley.