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April 17, 2017
In March of 2017, Regis University shut down student Alexander Beck’s previously approved bake sale event, which offered different prices for baked goods depending on students’ gender, race, sexuality, or religion.
August 24, 2017
Earlier this summer, we suggested that Regis University was not living up to its free speech promises by turning to censorship and investigation after a student hosted a controversial “Social Justice Bake Sale.” In doing so, the university offered an instructive example of how universities should not respond to campus controversies. But Regis’ recent decision… Read more
June 1, 2017
If you attend Regis University or are considering applying, be warned: Regis University leads students to believe their free speech rights are protected, and then investigates students for exercising those rights. Such is the case for student Alexander Beck, who is now under investigation for “harassment” and “discrimination” for expression protected by the First Amendment,… Read more
Regis University claims it didn’t censor bake sale event, then boasts about how quickly it censored the event
April 17, 2017
In less than a month, FIRE has written two letters to Regis University contesting its decision to shut down a student’s “Social Justice Bake Sale” event, a dean’s refusal to admit the university censored the bake sale, Regis’ president’s shift to boasting that the university quickly censored the bake sale, and Regis’ repeated statements that… Read more