Regulating Speech on Campus

August 13, 2015

By Cynthia M. Allen at Star Telegram

Earlier this year, Harry Vincent, a sophomore at Texas Christian University, got some surprising news.

He had been effectively suspended from school for a year — allowed to attend classes but prohibited from participating in any social activities and from living on campus. He was also ordered to serve 60 hours of community service, attend diversity and sensitivity training, and to meet biweekly with the associate dean of students, presumably to endure routine shaming for his offense...

Schools: Texas Christian University Cases: Texas Christian University: Student Suspended for Social Media Posts