Nick Gillespie of Reason interviews Chapman University president Jim Doti about free speech and other issues in higher education.
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Comedians such as Jerry Seinfield and Chris Rock aren’t the only people who feel college campuses have grown intolerant of free speech. Jim Doti, President of Chapman University, shares their concerns and says campuses are worse off now than they were ten or twenty years ago.
“People [increasingly] feel that they are victims of some kind of social stigmatization, and as a result you have to be very, very sensitive,” says Doti, “and free speech is not about being sensitive.”
'Free speech is not about being sensitive,' Says Chapman University President (Reason)