Nick Syrett: Reactions to the Sanctioning of Yale’s DKE Chapter

Historian Nick Syrett on how Yale’s sanctioning of one of its fraternities is a symbolic victory. Continue Reading Nick Syrett: Reactions to the Sanctioning of Yale’s DKE Chapter

William Marshall on the Rights and Responsibilities of the First Amendment

As the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus celebrates First Amendment Day today, we welcome a guest post from legal scholar and professor William Marshall, who teaches at the UNC Law School. He reminds us that with our freedom from government intrusion comes the responsibility for public engagement.–ellen Humorist, social critic, and cartoonist… Continue Reading William Marshall on the Rights and Responsibilities of the First Amendment

Those Who Don’t Learn From History Are Doomed to Repeat it….

April 14, 2009 proved to be a dark day for progress and equality in, ironically, one of the most liberal collegiate atmospheres in the country. Forty-six years after the highly controversial Speaker Ban law was passed, it seems that the UNC Chapel Hill finds itself once again in the spotlight. In 1963, the Speaker Ban… Continue Reading Those Who Don’t Learn From History Are Doomed to Repeat it….