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Campus speech codes addressed

By October 14, 2004

In an effort by a group of UConn faculty, administrators and students to create the University of Connecticut Creed, a lecture on speech codes and freedom of speech on college campuses was held.

The lecture, held Wednesday at the Dodd Center, focused on the student value of respecting the dignity and rights of others. According to Associate Vice President for Students Affairs Sam Miller, the event was just one of many seminars and lectures the university plans to have that elucidate five value statements, which are the focus of a recent effort to create a basic code for students to follow. He said the collaboration will produce five statements that express basic student values... Download file "5"

Schools: University of Connecticut