National Free Speech News & Commentary

College Students Disrupt ‘Free Speech’ Event With Chants, Stolen Pizza And A Conga Line

April 05, 2023 1 min read

by Alexa Schwerha, Daily Caller
SUNY Albany (UAlbany) students shouted down a conservative speaker who was invited to campus by a student organization to talk about free speech on Tuesday, videos of the event show. 
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Cornell’s Academic Freedom Test

Cornell’s Academic Freedom Test

April 04, 2023 1 min read

Diversity enforcers have become speech enforcers on many college campuses, but a few schools are starting to articulate some limits. The latest is Cornell University, which has refused to adopt a student resolution that would have required “trigger warnings” anytime an upsetting subject is mentioned in the classroom.
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Whitworth student government denies TPUSA request to invite Chinese dissident to campus citing ‘anti-woke’ tweets

April 03, 2023 1 min read

by Sabrina Conza, Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression

In the latest example of students shutting down views they disagree with on campus, Whitworth University’s student government denied the campus Turning Point USA chapter’s request to invite Chinese dissident Xi Van Fleet to campus because of her criticism of “woke culture.”

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New College urges 7 faculty members to stop seeking tenure as changes build

April 03, 2023 1 min read

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With some of my fellow Stanford Law students, there’s no room for argument

April 03, 2023 1 min read

by Tess Winston, The Washington Post
Stanford Law School has been in the news lately, after students disrupted a talk by a conservative federal judge. Similar protests have derailed events featuring conservative speakers at other law schools over the past year. 
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Florida bans teaching about gender identity in all public schools

April 01, 2023 1 min read

by Hannah Natanson, The Washington Post

The Florida Board of Education has forbidden the teaching of gender identity and sexuality throughout all grades in K-12 public schools, extending a nearly year-old legislative ban on such lessons from kindergarten through third grade.

 

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