A look into Northwestern’s statements on free speech and protests

Victoria Benefield and Olivia Yarvis

Recent protests have sparked conversations around free speech. Here’s a breakdown of how NU’s freedom of speech policies have been applied to different events and protests over the past 15 years.

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