By Greg Lukianoff at The Huffington Post
Imagine: a student trying to oppose the NSA's Orwellian spying program is told by an official on the campus of public university that he cannot do so outside of the university's Orwellian (and tiny) "free speech zone."
I know, I know, I usually bristle at the use of "Orwellian" as well. It's invoked too often at too low a threshold, but here it is warranted. Both our overzealous spy agency and the term "free speech zone" being used to justify banning free speech from 99 percent of a campus do seem to come straight out of 1984....or, at least, the Comedy Central version of 1984...
Schools: Citrus College