Free speech under attack on college campuses

Think higher education is a safe haven for free thought and open dialogue? Think again. Greg Lukianoff, in a (poorly-lit) interview with Reason.TV’s Ted Balaker, runs down the list of ridiculously chilling instances where college administrators targeted the individual rights of their own students — from kicking out a student who made a satirical collage to writing up a student who objected to disclosing her sexual preferences. Check it out:

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