“The Courier asked for advice from the Student Press Law Center, and that organization wrote back that the board would be foolish to adopt the proposed policy change because doing so would probably violate Illinois law and freedom of speech guaranteed by the First Amendment. Illinois has a strong statute protecting the rights of college newspapers not to be subject to direct control by administrations, noted the letter from Frank D. LoMonte, executive director of the center.”

The trustees of the College of DuPage move to make David Horowitz’s “Academic Bill of Rights” official policy, as well as other controversial changes.