University-wide Policies: 910 Right of Expression

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The right of expression is as necessary as the right of inquiry and both must be preserved as essential to the pursuit and dissemination of knowledge and truth. Consequently, University faculty, staff and students, individually and collectively, may express their views through the normal channels of communication. University faculty, staff and students also may express their views by demonstrating peacefully for concepts they wish to make known, and the University will make every reasonable effort to protect that right.

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