Today marks the official end of an eight-year legal odyssey for one student who was kicked out of his college for clearly protected speech back in 200...
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Way back in 2007, student Hayden Barnes was kicked out of Valdosta State University (VSU). Barnes was labeled a "clear and present danger" to campus a...
Student Hayden Barnes was expelled from VSU in 2007 after posting a collage on Facebook mocking the university president's plans for a parking garage.
The Eleventh Circuit's recent ruling is a clear sign that university presidents and administrators that choose to brazenly violate student rights will not be able to do so without real consequences.
Hayden Barnes, a former student at Georgia's Valdosta State University (VSU) was kicked out of his college for protesting. This case is easily among the worst I've ever seen.
A ruling issued earlier this month by a federal district court in Georgia may be one of the most significant victories for students' rights in recent years.
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