Inspired by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute's recent Great Canadian Debate about free speech on campus, the Prince Arthur Herald, "an alternative newspaper" for students, is running a two-week series on free-speech issues at Canadian universities. At the MLI debate on March 27, National Post columnist Barbara Kay and York University professor Daniel Drache debated the resolution: "Free speech in Canadian universities is an endangered species". According to Prince Arthur Herald campus editor Clare Schulte-Albert, the PAH series will examine, "What is the status of free speech on campus today? Has it improved or deteriorated? What are people doing about it? What can you do about it?"
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