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‘Right to work’ students sue University of Cincinnati over ‘Free Speech Area’

August 6, 2013

by Robert Shibley

The Daily Caller

 

Zero point one percent. Out of the 8,506,833 square feet (approximately 137 acres) of its West Campus, the University of Cincinnati (UC), a public university, has decided that students may exercise their rights to "demonstrate, picket, or rally" on a small scrap of land that constitutes 0.1 percent of the campus. If they dare to exercise these basic rights outside of that "Free Speech Area," they will be reported to the campus police and charged with trespassing...

‘Right to work’ students sue University of Cincinnati over ‘Free Speech Area’

February 24, 2012

Zero point one percent. Out of the 8,506,833 square feet (approximately 137 acres) of its West Campus, the University of Cincinnati (UC), a public university, has decided that students may exercise their rights to "demonstrate, picket, or rally" on a small scrap of land that constitutes 0.1 percent of the campus. If they dare to exercise these basic rights outside of that "Free Speech Area," they will be reported to the campus police and charged with trespassing...