In the Washington Times, Buckley Program Founder and Executive Director Lauren Noble talked about Yale’s most recent retreat from transparency.
Advancing Ideas That Matter
ICYMI: Washington Examiner Op-Ed: Yale Law School still refusing to correct its anti-free speech way
There’s little reason for optimism about Yale Law’s recent statement on free speech.
Highest Ever Recorded Percentages Intimidated from Sharing Opinions on Campus; 13% Increase in Those Intimidated by Peers
Since 2015, we have professionally polled college students nationwide in order to ascertain their understanding of the First Amendment and how it is regarded, or disregarded, on their campuses. In many cases, the trends bode poorly for free speech on campus and across the country.
Do you feel intimidated from sharing your ideas, opinions, or beliefs in class because they are different than your classmates’?
Do you feel intimidated from sharing your ideas, opinions, or beliefs in class because they are different than your professors’?
Campus Speech in Crisis
The Buckley Program commissioned the publication of Campus Speech in Crisis: What the Yale Experience Can Teach America, a reprint of Yale’s 1975 Woodward Report along with contextualizing commentary by Judge Jose A. Cabranes, Professor Kate Stith, George F. Will, and Nathaniel A.G. Zelinsky.
Fight for Yale’s Future
Fight for Yale’s Future, an initiative of the Buckley Institute, was created to empower alumni, students, faculty, staff, and other interested parties to speak out and take action to restore light and truth at Yale. Fight for Yale’s Future seeks to educate those concerned about Yale’s future about the ever-expanding series of troubling developments at Yale.
Over 1,500 alumni, students, faculty, staff, and others have signed our petition calling for free speech at Yale. Learn more and sign today!