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After a fall semester of blistering criticism for its handling of campus protests of the Israel-Hamas war, the university wants faculty to adopt a “content-neutral” plan for addressing classroom disruptions this semester.
UT Dallas students have long had free rein to paint messages on spirit rocks. Dueling graffiti about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict prompted officials to intervene.
A new initiative from Dartmouth College helps students engage in academic inquiry by having challenging conversations with their peers.
A leading opponent of the statement said it represented “an organizational pivot to anti-Zionism.”
Colleges are hypocritical in their handling of offensive speech, but the answer isn’t to expand the range of punishable utterances, Alex Small writes.