Activists Still Fighting War of Free Speech on Campus

June 17, 2003

By John Elvin at Insight Magazine

Shades of the 1960s. According to an Associated Press report, students and activists on college campuses around the country are taking the institutions to court over rules they claim inhibit free speech. One focal point of the controversy is the offering of designated areas on campus where students can carry on as they like. The protesters say such rules are in effect a ban on speaking their minds anywhere else at the colleges and universities...

Schools: Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania University of Houston Cases: Shippensburg University: Speech Code Litigation