Duquesne University Law School tries to prevent its commencement address from becoming a partisan political platform. But will it succeed?
As politicians, all have been deemed “inappropriate” to serve as graduation speakers.
Duquesne President Charles Dougherty’s decision, based on a new university policy and concerns about partisanship and Catholic Church teachings, has sparked debate on campus and led to circulation of a petition in the law school by students unhappy with it.
Hat tip: IHE.