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UT System approves commitment to free speech, even if most students find that speech “offensive” or “immoral”

The Board of Regents adopted the Chicago Statement, a free speech policy created by the University of Chicago in 2014. More than 90 institutions have adopted the statement.

Protesters gather in front of the UT Tower to protest President Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. Seth Uzman leds the protesters in a "not my president" chant.

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