The KKK has the right to speak up, and it's actually best for us that they do.
In the first of a two-part series, I reveal ten of the most common violations of students' right to free speech on campus.
For the first time in its history, Harvard is inviting freshman to sign a "civility" pledge. What do such pledges mean for free speech and thought on campus?
The Supreme Court's recent ruling in favor of the radical Westboro Baptist Church will ultimately benefit the free speech rights of college students.
As DADT was often cited as the main reason some universities persisted in refusing to recognize ROTC, must they now welcome ROTC back?