H*yas for Choice forced to move table from Healy Circle to outside gates

Members of H*yas for Choice attempted tabling in Healy Circle this morning to test statements that GUSA President Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) and Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson made at Thursday’s forum on free speech, but GUPD officers forced… Read More


Free speech panel faces tough questions from marginalized groups

The GUSA executive and the Georgetown University Speech and Expression Committee held a forum on free speech titled “Free Speech in the Digital Age: Are There Boundaries?” in the Lohrfink Auditorium last night. The panel consisted of GUSA… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Speech, expression, and red tape

In this week’s feature story, I write about the origins of Georgetown’s free speech policy and explore the limits it places on student activists. For one, in recent years, there have been disagreements between protesters and the administration… Read More

Is Georgetown’s speech and expression policy unconstitutional?

Or better to ask would it (PDF!) be, if the law required private institutions to uphold the expression clause in the First Amendment? FIRE, the Foundational for Individual Rights in Education, says yes. In their whirlwind evaluation of… Read More