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Group Raises First Amendment Concerns About RSU’s Student Code

November 5, 2013

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is criticizing Rogers State University's policy on campus expression.

The Philadelphia-based foundation is concerned about a statement in the RSU Student Code which addresses spontaneous protests on any of RSU's campuses.

The foundation says the policy is a "serious infringement on the First Amendment rights that the university is legally and morally obligated to uphold," and says that is why it's chosen RSU for its ‘November 2013 Speech Code of the Month' award...

Schools: Rogers State University