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Johns Hopkins’ 1st Amendment

January 12, 2007

You organize a party and invite all your friends. Then you receive notice from your school’s administration that some people found the theme of the party offensive and ordered you to remove advertisements for it. You complied, but held the party anyway. Then a few days later you were informed that the party was in violation of university policy and you would be facing disciplinary action... Download file "Johns Hopkins"

Schools: Johns Hopkins University Cases: Johns Hopkins University: Student Punished for Party Invitation