Indiana University

Location: , Indiana
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Federal Circuit: 7th Circuit

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  • Campus liberty under siege by liberal academia

    January 7, 2013

    As an educator, I am naturally concerned with maintaining the highest academic standards we can. It is, therefore, with some disquiet that I have observed the creeping attacks on liberty on campus. Instead of an honest marketplace of ideas, we have witnessed the rise of political proselytization.This is why I am pleased a ringing defense of intellectual freedom has been published to unambiguously positive reviews. I know people are reading less nowadays, but Greg Lukianoff’s “UnLearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate” (Encounter Books, 2012) is worth the time.Almost as wonderful as the book’s message is the […]

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  • Conservatives Push for Political Balance on Campus

    January 26, 2005

    Conservative lawmakers and activists are seeking to whip up interest in at least nine states in countering what they say is an overwhelming liberal bias at the nation’s colleges and universities.   But some free speech advocates and university officials say that efforts to mandate intellectual diversity are misguided and could have the opposite effect and suppress any speech that might be controversial.Legislators in the Republican-controlled statehouses of Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah, as well as Democratically-controlled Washington state, are expected to consider an “Academic Bill of Rights,” a proposal that seeks to keep students’ grades from being […]

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  • Faced With Hateful Protest and Calls for Censorship, Indiana U. Admins Reaffirm Free Speech Rights

    September 6, 2013

    There is little that will make a full-time free speech advocate prouder of his university than when the school comes out strongly in defense of free expression. Last week, in response to a protest by the campus’ registered chapter of the Traditionalist Youth Network (TYN), administrators at my alma mater, Indiana University (IU), did just that. Though reports from my old stomping ground maintain that the group’s protest outside of a local bookstore was hateful and offensive, IU Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs James Wimbush correctly noted that members of TYN have a right to publicly express […]

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  • Will Indiana University Go Green?

    October 4, 2010

    This summer, FIRE was fortunate to have Nico Perrino from Indiana University (IU) as one of our interns. Nico quickly made clear his intention to help transform IU from a “yellow-light” university in FIRE’s Spotlight speech code database into a “green-light” university that fully protects free speech. Nico isn’t the only IU student concerned about his fellow students’ rights. On July 25, Nathan Miller wrote an article about IU’s speech codes in the Indiana Daily Student, and the next day, the Indiana University Student Association (IUSA) joined the effort. Yesterday’s Indiana Daily Student tells the story: Murat Kacan, chief of communications for […]

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