Why Speech Codes Endure
Protecting free speech on campus has become a Herculean task.
By Greg Lukianoff and Robert Shibley
At Modesto Junior College on September 17, 2013, an ordinary thing happened on what, by all accounts, is an ordinary college campus. A student, Robert Van Tuinen, was told to stop handing out literature on campus in violation of campus rules.
The literature was the U.S. Constitution. The day was Constitution Day. READ MORE HERE