Every University in the Country Should Adopt the University of Chicago’s Academic Freedom Statement

By September 28, 2015

By Greg Lukianoff at The Huffington Post

Though far from over, 2015 may be remembered as a year when free speech and academic freedom on campus took center stage. From the months-long Title IX "inquisition" waged against Northwestern professor Laura Kipnis, to students in Utahand Texas being confined to tiny "free speech zones," to the University of California's Orwellian "Statement of Principles Against Intolerance," to the rise of campus trends like the policing of micro-aggressions and trigger warnings, students, professors, alumni, and even our president are wondering aloud if our campuses have lost their way...

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