At a New York University debate, Shikha Dalmia made the case for preserving free speech on campuses, and in the United States more broadly. She debated Jeremy Waldron, author of “The Harm of Hate Speech.” Dalmia published an excerpt from her side of the debate here.

Glenn Loury was interviewed on what the campus conversation on race gets right and what it gets wrong.

Skidmore undergraduate Elena Veatch bemoaned a campus culture of self-righteousness, while Lee Bollinger, president of Columbia University, advocated a “no-censorship approach to life.”

And we opened the HXA shop, where you can find shirts, mugs and other swag that you can use to show your support for viewpoint diversity. You can also learn about College Care Pack.