Free Speech

Read: Security Versus Free Speech On College Campuses

Security Versus Free Speech On College Campuses

Officials must decide how to respond to the protests and violence that can come with free speech on college campuses.

Read: Richard Spencer Supporter Sues Univ. of Cincinnati Over Security Fees

Richard Spencer Supporter Sues Univ. of Cincinnati Over Security Fees

The man who filed the lawsuit claims the University of Cincinnati is violating Richard Spencer’s right to free speech.

Read: Teacher Arrested at Board Meeting for Questioning Superintendent’s Raise

Teacher Arrested at Board Meeting for Questioning Superintendent’s Raise

Video footage shows the teacher calmly asking why the superintendent should receive a pay raise when teachers haven’t received a pay increase in years.

Read: 2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

The report also found only 7.6 percent of surveyed schools have policies that do not seriously threaten the First Amendment rights of its individuals.

Read: Public Colleges Restricting Media Access Raises Free Speech Concerns

Public Colleges Restricting Media Access Raises Free Speech Concerns

Three recent incidents on CUNY campuses where journalists were detained or denied access raise concerns of free speech and student rights.

Read: Political Blogger Arrested During ‘It’s OK to Be White’ Speech at UConn

Political Blogger Arrested During ‘It’s OK to Be White’ Speech at UConn

Lucian Wintrich was arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman who took a piece of paper from his lectern during his speech at UConn.

Read: Ohio State, PSU Face Lawsuits for Denying Richard Spencer Appearances

Ohio State, PSU Face Lawsuits for Denying Richard Spencer Appearances

Penn State has been sued and Ohio State has been threatened with a lawsuit for not renting out space on campus to controversial speaker Richard Spencer.

Read: Patriotism Class Now a Requirement at College of the Ozarks

Patriotism Class Now a Requirement at College of the Ozarks

The new course, mandatory for all freshman, will include topics like modern military customs, flag protocol and procedures and U.S. politics.

Read: Evergreen State Revises Policy for Renting Campus Space

Evergreen State Revises Policy for Renting Campus Space

The policy, made by school administrators and the state’s attorney general’s office, outlines when and how public space on the campus can be rented out.

Read: University of Utah Might Bill Students for Controversial Speaker Security

University of Utah Might Bill Students for Controversial Speaker Security

The move to charge for security comes after the school paid $25,000 to protect an event featuring controversial speaker Ben Shapiro.

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