Free speech or disorderly conduct?

March 8, 2008

A protest at the University of Alabama to bring attention to the war in Iraq has itself become the center of attention at the school and sparked anew the debate over the limits of free speech on college campuses.

For some, particularly UA administrators, the issue is one of public safety, not free speech, an argument that the students behind the protests reject, saying it ignores constitutional rights and the intent of the staged mock military raid in a crowded corner of campus...

Schools: University of Alabama