The rising cost of intuition

By May 10, 2008

Administrators at the University of Louisville should be cardinal red with embarrassment.

The school's speech code has been held up by a free speech organization as a shining example of what not to do in regulating speech on college campuses.

"The University of Louisville maintains such a repressive speech code, it's hard to know where to begin," says a statement from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which recently awarded Louisville its sardonic "Speech Code of the Month...

Schools: University of Louisville