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Following racist incident, UW must systemically change curriculum

Adjusting ethnic studies courses to reflect rigor of other introductory-level courses can promote deeper engagement with social justice topics

Herald

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: The bounds of free speech

Amid series of controversial speakers at UW, we must consider how to resist harmful speech without restricting constitutional liberties

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Among many criticisms, Utah social media law imposes sweeping First Amendment restrictions

Though intended to protect minors on social media, Utah law may unconstitutionally prevent some adults from accessing digital content

UW-Madison Campus

UW System free speech survey results show reluctance to express opinions by conservative students

Delayed GOP-backed UW System survey says 75% of students feel instructors create welcoming environment

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Free speech survey promotes conservative policies in UW System

Potential misuse of results, source of funding poses risk of political influence on universities

UW-Madison Campus

UW System launches free speech survey after months of delay

Survey will be open until Dec. 14 with results expected in January

State of Wisconsin

UW System delays free speech survey that contributed to resignation of UW-Whitewater Chancellor

‘Without this survey, the System will continue to be forced to address future free speech controversies from a purely post hoc and anecdotal perspective,' Menard Center Director says

UW-Madison Campus

Former Gov. Scott Walker speaks with UW College Republicans about free speech on college campuses

Walker encourages students to take free speech survey which all UW System will receive Thursday, April 7

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Proposed national anthem mandate threatens democracy, challenges racial justice movements

The bill is authoritarian and undermines private companies’ First Amendment rights

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Closer examination of UW Thompson Center free speech survey reveals inconclusive results

While First Amendment education could prove beneficial per Thompson Center free speech survey, undergraduates are more sympathetic to free speech protections than results show

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