Freedom of Speech

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Letter to Miami University President: Praise for Inviting George Will

Oct 27, 2014 by Peter Wood |

NAS president Peter Wood wrote a letter to Dr. David C. Hodge, president of Miami University, commending him for his decision to invite George Will to speak on campus. 

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Bowdoin Told Us to Go: The Narrow Doors of Campus Access

Jul 03, 2014 by Robert B. Gregory |

Robert Gregory and his wife are volunteer advisors for Bowdoin Christian Fellowship, but the college will no longer let them proclaim their beliefs.

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University Should Never Be a “Safe Space”

Jul 03, 2014 by Christopher Beckett |

University of Liverpool student Christopher Beckett observes how an obsession with safety has undermined academic freedom in UK universities.

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UK Mag’s “Down with Campus Censorship” Campaign

Jul 02, 2014 by Ashley Thorne |

A magazine based in Britain has launched a campaign challenging a national student union policy banning certain views from being aired in campus speeches. 

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An Open Letter to Swarthmore’s Board of Managers

Jul 02, 2014 by Peter Berkowitz |

NAS board member Peter Berkowitz reflects on Swarthmore President Rebecca Chopp's departure from Swarthmore.

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Bowdoin’s Crackdown on Religious Liberty

Jun 16, 2014 by Michael Toscano |

Bowdoin denies its hostility to Evangelical Christianity. 

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New York Times Covers the Exclusion of Christians at Bowdoin

Jun 10, 2014 by Michael Toscano |

Advocates of traditional marriage face serious obstacles to free expression at Bowdoin College.

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Pomp and Divorce

May 27, 2014 by Joshua Bridges |

During commencement season, the radical left burns its bridges with mainstream liberals.

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Brandeis Ought to Be Ashamed

Apr 14, 2014 by George Leef |

In its failure to engage a pluralism of views, Brandeis has reinforced a bad trend in American education.

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Stanford’s Safe Space

Mar 25, 2014 by Joshua Bridges |

Free speech clashes with the safe space movement at Stanford University. 

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Brown University’s Complicity in the Disruption of Ray Kelly’s Speech

Mar 11, 2014 by Joshua Bridges |

As it begins the second phase of its investigation into the incident and prepares to make rulings, Brown has a chance to change the way college officials handle disorderly protesters.

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Boxed In: The Destructive Evolution of Campus Free Speech Zones

Feb 19, 2014 by Joshua Bridges |

Many college campuses have implemented "free speech zones," but these zones do anything but protect free speech.

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Permission to Speak: College Presidents, the Israeli Boycott, and Climate Change

Jan 22, 2014 by Rachelle Peterson |

Examples of the ASA and ACUPCC show that college presidents, in addressing controversies, are at times compelled to reiterate politically correct views on issues such as the Israeli boycott and climate change.

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A College President Defends Free Speech

Oct 30, 2013 by Peter Wood |

Amherst College president Biddy Martin turned down a request to dissociate the College from the writings of campus speaker Hadley Arkes. 

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Kudos: Amherst President Defends Free Speech

Oct 08, 2013 by Glenn Ricketts |

Amherst College president Carolyn Martin stands tall in defense of free expression.

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