Univ. of Akron Will no Longer Require Students to Pre-register ‘Expressive Speech’

October 9, 2015

By Peter Fricke at Campus Reform

The University of Akron has agreed to revise the unconstitutional speech policies that sparked controversy when a school official prevented students from passing out constitutions on campus.

As originally reported by Campus Reform, first-year law student Anthony Palumbo and several classmates affiliated with an unofficial Young Americans for Liberty chapter at the university had just begun to set up pro-liberty and free-market themed signs with the intent of recruiting new members for their group when they were confronted by an administrator and ordered to disperse...

Schools: University of Akron