Magazine August 1, 2016, Issue

Letters

Free Speech at Yale

Regarding the article “‘This Is Not a Debate’: Yale’s Fight for Free Speech,” (July 11), let me be perfectly clear: Yale University is committed to the free exchange of ideas and expression. Period.

In a speech to the incoming class of Yale freshmen and their families in 2014 — and in multiple writings and remarks since then, including my baccalaureate address this year — I have continually and emphatically reaffirmed Yale’s commitment to the principle of free speech as described by Professor C. Vann Woodward in the 1974 report of the Committee on Freedom of Expression at Yale:

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