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Penn President, Board Chair Resign After Furor Over Comments on Campus Antisemitism - WSJ

Private colleges generally aren’t bound by First Amendment protections, but many have crafted codes of conduct that track constitutional guarantees for free speech—including the expression of views on campus that might be considered racist, antigay or sexist. 

Regardless, advocating for the elimination of an entire religious or ethnic group—men,women, and children, solely for existing, can never be tolerated.

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