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Conference features campus-speech outrages

August 10, 2012

BRYN MAWR, Pa. — Censorship controversies on college campuses can be unsettling to hear about on the news. Meeting the students and lawyers involved in these struggles, however, puts a human face on the issues.

The annual Campus Freedom Network summer conference at Bryn Mawr College offered such an opportunity for attendees to hear firsthand from the individuals at the center of high-profile free-speech cases. The July 27-29 conference, organized by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Education, attracted more than 40 people from across the country...