free speech

Journal panel: Charlie Hebdo

From news coverage to anti-Semitism, Journal staff comment on the attack on Charlie Hebdo and the events that followed.Continue...

Free speech policy ‘nothing new,’ Principal Woolf says

There’s nothing new when it comes to free speech, according to Principal Daniel Woolf.Continue...

Principal’s Office release first draft of free speech policy

As promised, Principal Woolf’s first draft of the incoming free speech policy draws on existing University guidelines.Continue...

Queen’s to take ‘less is more’ approach with free speech policy

The Principal’s office will use existing policies and practices to draft a stand-alone free speech policy, drawing on a “less is more” approach, Principal Daniel Woolf said at Tuesday’s Senate meeting.Continue...

An open letter to conservatives on campus

To conservatives who identify as targets on this campus,Continue...

Students protest Lindsay Shepherd talk

On Monday evening, roughly 30 students and supporters gathered outside Macdonald Hall to protest Lindsay Shepherd.Continue...

Premier Ford mandates universities draft free speech protections

On Aug. 30, Premier Doug Ford announced Ontario universities must create policies protecting freedom of speech on all provincially-funded campuses.Continue...

Adopting a different model for campus debate

Across the country, university students are arguing more but accomplishing less.Continue...

The politics of a classroom

For conservative students, entering a university classroom can be like walking a political tightrope.

According to some students at Queen’s,being in a tutorial where their viewpoints are...Continue...

Why we can't censor controversial viewpoints

Universities serve to challenge our viewpoints, our ideas and our potential to learn and evolve.Continue...

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