USC, Clemson Policies Threaten Students’ Free-Speech Rights, Group Contends

September 19, 2012

While students are getting their higher education, they might want to watch what they say while they're on campus.

The University of South Carolina and Clemson University have rules or policies that violate or could violate the First Amendment, says the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), a nonprofit organization that rates large U.S. colleges and universities on how they adhere to the rights of free speech, assembly, press, petition and religion...

Schools: University of Southern California Clemson University