(CampusReform) No student or student group at a public university should have to fight for their First Amendment rights. But as I'm preparing for graduation in a few short months, that's exactly what I find myself doing—fighting for the rights of my student publication.
At the Minnesota Republic, we pride ourselves in standing up for freedom of speech on campus because we might not exist without it.
"In the future, close attention may be paid to the content published by Students for a Conservative Voice to ensure that any material that is produced with student fee funds does not compromise the cultural harmony of the campus."
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Our publication, derived from the University of Minnesota's Students for a Conservative Voice (SCV), allows students on campus to share their viewpoints no matter what—even if they are considered offensive.
And no other publication on campus can say that.