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By Greg Lukianoff at The Huffington Post
Back in January, two students at the University of Hawaii at Hilo were told by a campus official that they couldn't approach their fellow students to give them copies of the Constitution.
Just a week later, one of the same students was told that if she wanted to engage in political protest, she should go to UH Hilo's tiny "free speech zone," which covers just 0.26 percent of campus. Worse still, the free speech zone is far away from where most students congregate (I've seen it in person) and occupies a muddy, sloping plain prone to flooding...