After Rove Dustup, UT Issues Free Speech Rules

September 8, 2015

By Vanessa McCray at The Blade

A new semester arrived with a fresh policy that addresses University of Toledo students’ free speech rights.

An “expression on campus” policy now guides campus protests and assemblies.

It codifies UT’s commitment “to promote the free exchange of ideas and the safe and efficient operation of the university,” according to the document, which emphasizes the fostering of free speech and right to assemble but prohibits activities that disrupt teaching, business operations, or providing client services...

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