In March of this year, an unruly mob of student activists shouted down a Yale Law School campus event organized to promote free speech and the free exchange of ideas.
Now the school has shut down a listserv used by student activists to organize that incident and others.
Aaron Sibarium reports at the Washington Free Beacon:
After a year of high-profile scandals, Yale Law School is retiring an all-student listserv that became a breeding ground for progressive activism and online pile-ons, citing the value of “face-to-face” interaction. Read more…