2 New York City colleges may limit student protests

Dec. 11, 2013
Cooper Union and City University of New York are considering changes in student codes of conduct.

Two higher-education institutions in New York City are considering policies that could restrict how, when and where students can express dissent, and raise the penalties for those who disobey. The New York Times reports that Cooper Union has proposed a revised code of conduct in response to protests over a new tuition policy; City University of New York is looking at policy changes after students protested about a community center closing.

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