Progress On Campus Free Speech?

Posted on AllSides March 20th, 2020
From The Center

By the time the Class of 2020 started its freshman year in the fall of 2016, the Chicago Principles of Free Expression were emerging as a lodestar for higher education. The University of Chicago had assembled a Committee on Freedom of Expression in mid-2014 to articulate “the University’s overarching commitment to free, robust, and uninhibited debate and deliberation among all members of the University’s community.”

The committee’s report, released at the beginning of 2015, states: “Because the University is committed to free and open inquiry in all matters, it guarantees...

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