Student Handbook: Student Code of Conduct- Freedom of Speech 13-14

Category: Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility School: Bucknell University Statement Rating: Yellow

Relevant excerpt

Freedom of speech here is understood not to be absolute: it must be integrated with other protections provided for the community in the Code of Conduct (such as the right to be free from harassment) and it must concord with the principles embodied in the Pledge of Student Responsibility. For example, the individual who directs epithets or threats at another cannot claim immunity under a perceived right of absolute free speech.

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