This week, I wrote a letter to the editor of the Clarion University of Pennsylvania student newspaper The Clarion Call about reforming Clarion’s unconstitutional speech codes. Like one in six colleges nationwide, Clarion restricts students’ expressive rights with a “free speech zone” policy, and letters to the editor like this are a good way to get students and faculty involved in challenging speech codes on campus.
Check out my letter here.
If you’re a student and you’re interested in changing your school’s speech codes, please consider joining FIRE’s Student Network or writing an op-ed or letter to the editor of your school’s newspaper. We’ll always be happy to discuss the best ways to fight censorship on your campus!
Schools: Clarion University of Pennsylvania