Questions remain about UNC's implementation of freedom of speech resolutions

Hannah Rosenberger
Daily Tarheel

Excerpt: In July, the UNC Board of Trustees passed two resolutions related to free speech on campus: one affirming viewpoint neutrality when it comes to organization funding and one adopting the “Kalven Committee Report on the University’s Role in Political Social Action” — or the Kalven Report — which supports institutional neutrality.

The Daily Tar Heel breaks down these policies and some of the questions that remain about their implementation.