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In Virginia, Education Isn’t Always Liberal

January 29, 2014

by  A. Barton Hinkle

Virginians who think of colleges and universities as bastions of free inquiry and no-holds-barred arenas for intellectual engagement might be shocked at how inaccurate that picture can be. Some of the state’s colleges and universities have put in place policies that make a mockery of such notions...

Cases: Modesto Junior College: Students Barred from Distributing Constitutions on Constitution Day Dixie State University: School Rejects Student Group Because Its Name Includes Greek Letters Johns Hopkins University: Viewpoint-Based Rejection of Pro-Life Group