campus free speech

Imagine, for a moment, that you’re in charge of a public liberal arts college that just suffered the most extreme student
Commencement was over, and we had awarded diplomas to the more than 800 graduates in a timely way. I had made remarks, as
From the very founding of our nation political and religious conservatives have sought to stifle freedom of thought and expression on college and university campuses.
At the risk of sounding like a geezer complaining about “these kids today,” back in my college days, when it came to points
Every time the left tries to silence Milo instead of debate him, Milo wins.
This past year will be remembered as the year that freedom of speech (or the lack thereof) on U.S. campuses became international news.
DeBoer wants "these bright, passionate students to remember that the best legacy of student activism lies in shaking up administrators
We must not protect ourselves from disagreement; we must be open to being offended for the sake of learning, and we must be ready to give offense so as to create new opportunities for thinking.
The domain of being offended was once dominated by religious puritans and overprotective parents imploring others to "think of the children." The idea that college students would be the vanguard of concern over offensive comedy was itself a laughable notion.
Yes, Mr. Seinfeld, we college students are politically correct. We will call out sexism and racism if we hear it. But if you're going to come to my college and perform in front of me, be prepared to write up a set that doesn't just offend me, but has something to say.
When you're not paying attention to content and you're simply trying to indulge the delicate sensibilities of a society waiting to be outraged, you've already lost.
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The Committee on Freedom of Expression, a faculty group at the University of Chicago, was organized in July 2014 following
The freedom of speech guaranteed by the First Amendment has emerged as an extraordinarily contentious issue on many university campuses.
Sexism, gender-based double standards, and male entitlement are so normalized that girls think sexual assault and violence are just a "part of life" that they have to live with. Not to put too fine a point on it, but this is seriously f***ed up.