Tyson Langhofer, Director and Senior Counsel
Why a Supreme Court Ruling on Union Dues Could Be Good News for College Students
On top of tuition, public universities require students to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars per semester in student activity fees. These fees are used to fund the expressive activities of students and student organizations.
Investigating Speech: When the Process Becomes the Punishment
What do these two statements have in common? Merely uttering these ideas caused a Georgetown student group and a Boise State professor to spend weeks justifying their existence on campus – the supposed marketplace of ideas.
While both were ultimately vindicated last week, the process was the punishment, and it shows the poor state of free speech on our campuses
How students can become #FreedomWoke as they head back to campus
It’s that time of year again. Review your school’s speech policies and understand how your school might be regularly violating your rights.