Students at Occidental College in Los Angeles occupy the administration building this week in protest over its handling of complaints about lack of diversity and discrimination. Ben Boychuk says too many of today’s students don’t understand free speech.
Students at Occidental College in Los Angeles occupy the administration building this week in protest over its handling of complaints about lack of diversity and discrimination. Ben Boychuk says too many of today’s students don’t understand free speech. MARK BOSTER Los Angeles Times
Students at Occidental College in Los Angeles occupy the administration building this week in protest over its handling of complaints about lack of diversity and discrimination. Ben Boychuk says too many of today’s students don’t understand free speech. MARK BOSTER Los Angeles Times

Protests by self-absorbed students are out of control

November 19, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED November 20, 2015 12:00 AM

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