Following last year’s enthusiasm with YAL Auburn’s free speech board, the excercise of the 1st Amendment on campus was once again utilized — albeit in an unorganized fashion. Though not everyone’s priorities included a geo-political focus or Austrian business cycle theory, a recurring theme was present on the board during the day in the form of parking complaints. Leave it to a public institution, eh?
Students who appreciated the right to voice their opinions and who wanted more tastes of liberty were provided a wide selection of materials to advance their knowledge. Overall the board received a positive response from both faculty and students and resulted in new sign-ups!Published in