In Addressing Campus Bias, Duke Threatens Free Speech

Following a particularly tumultuous year, Duke University has issued a lengthy report to address “bias and hate” on campus.  The controversy began with reports that a noose was found hanging from a tree in April 2015. Students were disappointed by the administration, and demanded stronger responses from campus authorities to actions they claimed were motivated … Continue reading “In Addressing Campus Bias, Duke Threatens Free Speech”


Vague Campus Rules Undermine Students’ Due Process and Free Speech Rights

Several years ago, the La Voz de Aztlan, a radical left-wing supplement to Fresno State University’s student newspaper, published a poem steeped in anti-American sentiment. It referred to America as “the land robbed by the white savage,” the “land of the biggest genocide,” the “place of greed and slavery,” the “rapist of the earth,” and … Continue reading “Vague Campus Rules Undermine Students’ Due Process and Free Speech Rights”