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by Collin Binkley at The Columbus Dispatch
A poster warning against sexual harassment at Ohio State University led a national group to conclude that the school “substantially restricts freedom of speech.”
In an annual ratings publication by the group Fire, which works to protect freedom of speech on campuses, Ohio State was one of 10 schools in the state that earned a “red light” for having at least one policy that limits freedom of speech. Only one Ohio school, Cleveland State University, earned a “green light...
Schools: The Ohio State University