Watch the CFN Conference Live!

By on July 13, 2011

The CFN Conference is just one day away! Students are coming from across the country to learn about free speech on campus, and to hear from our distinguished speakers, including:

  • Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of Reason.com and Reason.tv.
  • Robert Corn-Revere, a partner at the law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine in Washington, D.C., and a First Amendment expert. Corn-Revere is the lead attorney for former Valdosta State University student Hayden Barnes in Barnes v. Zaccari, a federal civil rights case currently before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
  • Professor Jan Blits, a professor in the University Honors Faculty at the University of Delaware. In 2009, he received FIRE’s own Prometheus Award for his efforts in ending the University of Delaware’s appalling student indoctrination program.

For those of you who are unable to join us this weekend, we will be live streaming some sessions starting Thursday evening at 8:15 p.m. ET, and resuming at 9:30 a.m. on Friday. You can watch it on the CFN’s Ustream channel.

FIRE’s staff also will be blogging and tweeting from the conference. Check The Torch as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages (#CFN11) for updates.

Watch the CFN Conference Live!

By on July 15, 2010

FIRE’s Campus Freedom Network conference has an exciting lineup of speakers and topics in store. We will be live streaming the conference starting Friday morning at 9:30 ET. You can watch it from the CFN website or the CFN’s Ustream channel. FIRE’s staff also will be tweeting from the conference. Tune in and join the conversation on Twitter by using the hashtag #CFN10.

Watch the CFN Conference Live!

By on July 14, 2010

If you’ve seen the schedule for the CFN conference, you know that we have an exciting lineup in store. If you can’t make it to the conference because you’re not a student, because you have other obligations and couldn’t get the time off, or because we simply ran out of room, you’re in luck! We will be live streaming the conference starting Friday morning at 9:30 ET. You can watch it from the CFN website or the CFN’s Ustream channel. FIRE’s staff also will be tweeting from the conference. Tune in and join the conversation on Twitter by using the hashtag #CFN10.