Michelle Goldberg’s Free Speech Martyr. by Noah Pollak. Michelle Goldberg, writing in the New York Times, is upset.
For the campus police, the primary objective is always the safety and well-being of our students and the public. That is what informs their strategies and tactics. In that context we are relieved that, as of now, there have been no reports of serious injuries. We are proud of our history and legacy as the home of the Free Speech Movement. While.
The speech wars are resuming on campus with the new semester. But in the opinion columns, conference panels, and state houses debating the state of free expression on campus, they never abated.Get the latest free speech news, articles, videos and photos on the New York Post.On the Queen Mary campus, the backlash included the university’s Free Speech Society giving out copies of The Sun. “It’s extremely worrying and very Orwellian when you start getting into the.
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Secretary of Education Betsy Devos announced Wednesday new rules set to take effect in August that mandate changes to procedures for private and public universities investigating sexual assault allegations on campus. The new stipulations, which are alterations to the Title IX civil rights law, include requiring cross-examinations of alleged victims and offenders and a revised definition of.
As Sarah Jeong wrote in The New York Times last July, the liability shield prevents platforms from being sued for libelous claims made by users, but it has also been used to protect companies that.
The New York Times’ Frank Bruni and Bret Stephens, Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post, and NPR's Tamara Keith explored cutting-edge questions about free speech, public discourse and the role of the First Amendment in today’s society.
The New York Times has been publishing stories about a supposed campus speech crisis for more than 100 years. “Is free speech an essential part of the American college and university system?
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The New York Times isn’t even the only major paper that forced out prominent editors over the weekend. Stan Wischnowski, the top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, resigned days after the.
Are the protestors silencing free speech, or are they just trying to be heard? And are the universities responding by defending free speech, or by suppressing it? View Debate Page. Clive Crook. 5 Items. Columnist, Bloomberg View; Read Bio. Donald Trump, Class Warrior. Supporting Trump is an act of class protest -- not just over hard economic times, the effect of immigration on wages or the.
The speech was given on July 20 to the Empire State Black Arts and Cultural Festival in Albany; it was sponsored by the State University of New York's African-American Institute and the governor's.
According to campus speech zone policy, students had to reserve one of the two zones available on campus to exercise their free speech. The two zones made up only 0.0015 percent of the campus.
On Nov. 9, New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Haidt, author of “The Righteous Mind” and co-founder of Heterodox Academy, visited Arizona State University to contribute to our discussion this year of free speech on campus in his presentation: “America’s Escalating Outrage: Why Is It Happening, What Does It Do to Colleges and How Can We Reverse It?”.