The Young America’s Foundation and Berkeley College Republicans filed a lawsuit against UC Berkeley after it allegedly adopted a discriminatory “high-profile speakers” policy.
A student group at Sarah Lawrence College called for review of a professor’s tenure after he published an op-ed criticizing the progressive politics of the school’s administration.
The administration at John Carroll University cancelled the annual student-organized drag show because it might crate “divisiveness” on campus.
A student group cancelled some students’ tickets to a free event, reportedly out of fear that some of them would disrupt the event.
An event put on by the Western Illinois University chapter of the Young Americans for Liberty was shut down because it occurred outside of the school’s free speech zone—despite the elimination of the free speech zone policy in 2003.
A student group was denied recognition by Williams College seemingly because the College Council disagreed with its mission.
A meeting of a left-wing student group was cancelled by campus police due to fears of violent confrontation with the founder of Patriot Prayer.
A student group at Bates College created a series of anti-Zionist chalk drawings on Bates’s campus that were investigated as a potential hate crime by local police.
A student group at the University of Pennsylvania was denied registration for over a year during the COVID-19 pandemic, even while other groups were approved.
A conservative weekly paper at Oregon Statute University became the target of an effort to diminish its circulation. The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that the University’s policy violated the First and Fourteenth Amendments.