Student group sues SIU-Edwardsville for restricting speech to less than .0013% of campus
A Republican student group filed suit Wednesday against Southern Illinois University officials for restricting student expression on the university’s Edwardsville campus to a tiny speech zone that makes up less than .0013 percent of campus. In addition, all student organizations must obtain permission in advance to use the speech zone, and university policies leave approval of who can use the zone and what types of literature can be distributed on campus up to the free discretion of campus officials.
Daily Bruin: Bruin Republicans calls possible event charges unconstitutional
UCLA applying bizarre security fee policy to student club event featuring Ben Shapiro
Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Monday to the University of California, Los Angeles, on behalf of a student Republican group that is facing unconstitutional security fee hurdles for a Nov. 13 event featuring conservative commentator Ben Shapiro.
College Fix: Christian legal group focuses new website on secular campus speech battles
A Christian legal group that has often sued governments on matters of religious freedom is wading more deeply into the secular field of free speech on campus.
Student group says U of Alabama outmatched by Tennessee’s free speech policy
ADF and YAF sent a letter to the University of Alabama to no longer bans speech without a permit that isn’t “casual” or related to national news events.
New York Times: Why Are Millennials Wary of Freedom?
Young Americans seem to be losing faith in freedom. Why?
Daily Caller: Here’s how every state in America ranks on free speech for students
ADF recently released a ranking on how states across the county stack up in regards to their laws protecting free speech and free association on campus.
New York Times: Sessions calls for ‘recommitment’ to free speech on campus
Attorney General Jeff Sessions dived into the debate over free speech on college campuses on Tuesday.
DOJ weighs in for censored Christian student in Georgia
“While touting commitments to diversity, Georgia Gwinnet College confined the speech of students to two ridiculously small speech zones and then censored the speech that occurred in those areas.”
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