2024 College Free Speech Rankings

September 08, 2023 1 min read

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Foundation for Individual Rights in Expression and College Pulse
 
Excerpt: For the fourth year in a row, the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), a nonprofit organization committed to defending and sustaining the individual rights of all Americans to free speech and free thought, and College Pulse surveyed college undergraduates about their perceptions and experiences regarding free speech on their campuses.

Last year, Princeton demonstrated a “below average” speech climate ranking #169 of 203. This year, Princeton ranked 187 of 248 and continued to maintain a “below average” rating.

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David Alter '73
David Alter '73

October 12, 2023

Was Princeton at least better than Yale in the ranking ???

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