The Battle Against ‘Hate Speech’ on College Campuses Gives Rise to a Generation that Hates Speech

May 26, 2016

By Nina Burleigh at Newsweek

During his 18 years as president of Lebanon Valley College during the middle of the past century, Clyde Lynch led the tiny Pennsylvania liberal arts institution through the tribulations of the Great Depression and World War II, then raised $550,000 to build a new gymnasium before he died in 1950. In gratitude, college trustees named that new building after him…

Read more here.

Schools: Emory University Northwestern University DePaul University University of California, Berkeley