By Blake Neff at The Daily Caller
The University of Kentucky’s student government has sent a faculty-approved survey to its students asking them to choose between two restrictive free speech policies.
An email obtained by Campus Reform contained a survey on various matters of campus policy, such as sexual assault and the use of taxi cabs. One of the questions asked students their preferred type of free speech policy at the university: “A single designated speech zone in a specific location on campus” or “multiple designated speech zones in various locations across campus.” Students could also say they had “no preference,” but there was no option for them to oppose the idea of free speech zones entirely...
Schools: University of Kentucky