free speech on campus
The president made the announcement at CPAC, but did not give further details.
Universities are for learning, and they need to put students’ needs first.
5 arrested at "Patriot Prayer" gathering in Seattle arranged by the College Republicans.
Many of Professor Bret Weinstein's faculty colleagues issued heated demands for him to resign.
I am a left-leaning college professor, one of those “tenured radicals” who have been targeted by conservatives as dangerous
The reality of what occurred is far more complex, and, in fact, far more insidious than the caricature presented in most media reports.
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.
Colleges and universities are supposed to be places where freedom of expression flourishes. Sadly, that is not the case. At a recent debate on the Yale University campus, 66 percent of the attendees supported a proposition that "free speech is threatened."
In the midst of a national debate on college campuses about offensiveness, inclusion and political correctness, several campus comedy papers across the country have described their recent reluctance to be offensive as a necessary step to remain both funny and relevant. Flagrantly offensive humor, they argue, is no longer what students crave or consider to have comedic value.