Stanford student group to take legal action against university for suppressing free speech at football game

Nov 7, 2022

A group of Stanford students that call themselves ‘Stanford Hates Fun’ plan to take legal action against the university for allegedly suppressing free speech.

The incidents occurred at a football game between the Cardinal and Washington State Cougars on Saturday and correlate directly to a larger conversation about social life suppression on campus.

Stanford Hates Fun and its movement stem from a recent suppression of social functions by the university administration. Students claim that the school has repeatedly exerted pressure to restrict student social life through a lack of communication, an adversarial approach to party registration and funding, and strict policies.

Source: Fox News