College groups unite for free speech at UNCG

February 1, 2006

A controversy held over from the fall semester reemerged last week on the UNCG campus as student political groups protested and administrators scrutinized an embattled speech policy.

College Republicans and Democrats joined the College Libertarians Jan. 26 for a protest in front of Jackson Library, which is not one of the designated areas for political activity. More than a dozen students braved the cold, windy weather to raise awareness and circulate a petition to have the policy changed...

Schools: University of North Carolina – Greensboro Cases: University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Review of Speech Codes University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Punishment of Free Speech Protestors