Davidson College Master Constitution: Expression and Assembly

Relevant excerpt

The College may not infringe upon the rights of students, particularly those of freedom of speech, of peaceable assembly, and the right of petition. The student is both a citizen and a member of the College.

Students and their organizations are free to examine and discuss all questions of interest and to express opinions publicly and privately. They are also free to support issues by orderly means which do not disrupt operations essential to the function of the College, which shall establish reasonable regulations, equitably applied, as to time, manner, and place of assembly.

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