A college president has done the right thing on a speech issue. Mirabile dictu! https://t.co/dK1tuXQnti
— Brit Hume (@brithume) March 30, 2016
The president of Emory University has responded in perfect fashion to the special snowflake freakout over political chalkings on campus:
Emory president responds to chalk incident with chalking of his own https://t.co/StOgyg6RsO
— Campus Reform (@campusreform) March 30, 2016
University President James Wagner wrote “Emory stands for free expression” in chalk, which might have sent many scurrying to their respective safe spaces.
— FatScribe (@FatScribe) March 30, 2016
It's refreshing to see a college president stand up for free speech on campus and not trample it. https://t.co/vlRXRodVNv
— Aric Kaskey (@AKaskey64) March 30, 2016
Awesome display by Emory president. Time to stop bowing to these buttercups who can't handle free speech.
— Les K. (@Wolfiemann) March 30, 2016
Finally a university president with a spine. Still rare unfortunately. https://t.co/hO4DgaNLoE
— David Jackson (@vandyfan05) March 30, 2016
He should have chalked "Grow Up" https://t.co/W0OSJq9OM4
— Patrick (@PatrickBrigman) March 30, 2016
Maybe next time!