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Students attempting to form a chapter of Turning Point USA, a national conservative group that recruits college aged members, were stopped from speaking to students outside of the University of Arkansas’s designated free speech zone.
Student was removed from nursing program after posting disparaging statuses about a fellow classmate.
In 2013, the University of South Carolina adopted “STAF 6.24,” a harassment policy that was purportedly designed to limit discrimination and harassment while ostensibly encouraging the open exchange of ideas. Under the policy, “harassment” includes speech that “may include, but is not limited to, objectionable epithets, [and] demeaning depictions or treatments,” as well as “specific […]
Members of Theta Tau, a fraternity at Syracuse University, filed suit against the University after they were suspended when a recording of a skit that showed fraternity members using racist, homophobic, and sexually explicit language was published by the school’s newspaper.
A professor at Marquette published a post on his personal blog criticizing the manner in which a graduate-student philosophy instructor interacted with one of her students. He was subsequently suspended and filed suit against the university.
Jason Jorjani, a prominent figure in the alt-right movement, was terminated after he was recorded by an undercover activist making racist statements.
Two professors who ran a blog that was critical of Chicago State University sued the school under §1983 for instituting overbroad and vague computer usage and harassment policies, as well as taking retaliatory action against them for running the blog.
On January 21, 2016, tenured education professor Teresa Buchanan filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the president of Louisiana State University and other top administrators for violating her free speech and due process rights by firing her in 2015. Buchanan was fired for her alleged occasional use of profanity and sexual language in preparing […]