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.”
Topic: ideological diversity
South Dakota’s state legislature passed a bill last week, which mandated intellectual diversity at its publicly-funded universities and colleges.
Let’s see what happens, what form it takes, and how long it lasts.
A student group at Brown University is pushing the university administration to invite non-liberal speakers to its campus, due to the overwhelming number of liberal speakers that the campus hosts.
Several college professors, who are alumni of Middlebury College, criticized the college for failing to stand up for free speech.
Beware of liberal ‘bubbles’ at college campuses, warned Harvard University President Drew Faust.
So much for diversity: College students and faculty at Orange Coast College want to boot the College Republicans chapter from their campus.
An ideological litmus test before student government elections? That’s one idea floated by a Clemson administrator.
Colleges are dividing its students and imposing the idea that humanity is better off knowing what makes them different, to the point that it stokes racial tensions.
The new litmus test is a “diversity” statement, which weeds out right-leaning scholars in the state of Oregon.