Feds rooting out ‘unwelcome speech’ on campus: But what is that?

By May 18, 2013

by Patrik Jonsson

The Christian Science Monitor


The failure of the University of Montana to respond adequately to rape and sexual assault allegations against popular football players has led to a broadening of how the federal government defines sexual harassment, causing free speech advocates to worry that the new policy will be used to punish “unwelcome” flirting and chill the right to speak freely on campus...