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Unconstitutional Expulsion Week at College Insurrections

Unconstitutional Expulsion Week at College Insurrections

Your weekly dispatch from the world of higher education.

In the explosive case of the SAE fraternity at the University of Oklahoma, no one is defending what the students said.

But Eugene Volokh says the resulting expulsions were unconstitutional.

(Language Warning)

Of course, decisions have consequences. Students at UC Irvine found that out this week.

Free speech continues to be an issue on campus.

And the left is still active.

Very active.

Big news followed by bad news.

Check out this new history lesson from Prager University.

Divestment updates.

The higher ed bubble continues to grow.

Sports news.

The Second Amendment on campus.

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Larry Sheldon | March 15, 2015 at 12:19 am

Do universities or their funders have rights of speech?

They should sue.

They are still asshats, but asshats deserve free speech.

inspectorudy | March 16, 2015 at 1:01 am

This is further proof of the end of Privacy. Now you and I are no longer entitled to have an unpopular opinion or say rude or stupid things in private because of the cell phone. What in the hell is going to become of the American way of life if what you say among friends or between individuals, once thought private, is now possible fodder for the insatiable electronic media? If anything I think that the 1st amendment should be even more widely pushed into every facet of our society. Especially on campus’ where only the PC liberal view is tolerated. Of course what these stupid college kids was insulting and wrong but how about “Hands up- Don’t shoot”? Which caused the most harm to humans and property? When I grew up I was reminded that “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me”. I think we should go back to that motto and live accordingly.

How is it that they can’t kick out Ward Churchill for calling the 9/11 victims “little Eichmanns” but can kick these students out?