Pepperdine College Republicans, Pepperdine College Democrats and Young Americans for Liberty plan for the future, hoping to bring guest speakers to their chapters and facilitate political discussion. The groups are working to maintain their presence on campus independent of presidential elections, believing their clubs have a purpose year-round.
An adverse effect of the rise of elitist political correctness is the suppression of dissenting voices — defend the First Amendment by speaking up.
Alan Dershowitz and Amy Wax will discuss whether or not college campuses should regulate free speech on Thursday Jan. 31
The Freedom Wall continues to be misused and underappreciated by students
Twitter’s policies on suspending accounts are highly ambiguous and problematic. They must be changed.
Freedom of Speech is Now More Important Than Ever
In an exclusive interview with the Graphic, Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star opens up about its recent assault, free speech and more
Art by Peau Porotesano To sit or not to sit? That has been the question for professional athletes since Colin Kaepernick sat during the national anthem on Aug. 25. Since then, Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters raised his fist (a la Tommie Smith and John Carlos) on 9/11, a quartet of Miami Dolphins knelt behind […]
Excessive coverage can confuse activists with the causes they represent
Charlie Hebdo shootings remind us to have cultural consciousness