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By Kellan Howell at The Washington Times
A southern university is enforcing new rules that restrict students’ free speech rights to an area that accounts for one percent of the campus.
The University of Georgia (UGA) has designated two “speech zones” in two campus plazas, where students can freely protest without prior approval, any other demonstration must be approved by the administration 48 hours in advance, Campus Reform reported...
Schools: University of Georgia