Tag: Dartmouth College

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Political operative and former comms guy for two different Scott Brown US Senate races (in two different states!) Colin Reed talks about the political lessons the GOP can learn for the 2018 midterms from popular GOP governors in the liberal northeast like Charlie Baker (MA); Chris Sununu (NH) and Phil Scott (VT).

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Dartmouth Sticks with Speech Code, Loses FIRE’s “Green Light” Rating

 

Each year FIRE rates the speech code policies of over 400 of the nation’s top colleges and universities, assigning them a colored traffic light— red, yellow, green, or gray — to rate the extent to which they protect free speech (check out the guide to our database here).

I am sad to report that after failing to heed FIRE’s warnings that its “Bias Incident Reporting” protocol impermissibly threatens free speech on campus, Dartmouth College has lost the “green light” rating it has held since 2005.