“This is because the snowflakes at BC aren’t college students. They’re administrators.”
“There’s so much that colleges and universities can do, so as to make sure that it’s an inclusive community for all students,” said Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
“In today’s starkly divided America, such mutual understanding and capability for communication is essential for bridging the gaps that exist between us.”
“Shifting the focus from conflicts regarding conduct policy to conversations about issues such as racial equality on campus represents the first step in returning to a productive relationship between student activism groups and the BC administration.”
The Faculty for Justice have endorsed a list of proposals initially compiled by the Undergraduate Government of BC, which pushed for a revamped free expression policy on campus. This list was discussed at the event.
BC Republicans will host a debate about free speech and self-censorship on April 5 at 7 p.m. in Higgins 310.
‘But, I love that he can speak. I love that he’s able, and apparently more than a little eager, to use his voice.’