Why Does Dartblog Restrict Free Speech by Alumni/ae?
Both this AoA blog and The Dartmouth daily online edition allow alumni/ae to speak freely and to make unedited, unrestricted comments often in violent disagreement with the content of our posts. But not at Dartblog, where the opposite is true: No alumni/ae disagreement allowed!
Petition trustee candidates have in the past successfully run their campaigns on now discredited platforms deploring non-existent "speech codes" at Dartmouth and otherwise purporting to be champions of alumni/ae free speech. Where are they now on this blatant repression of alumni/ae speech and opinion, where an employee of a sitting trustee operates a blog which unfairly slams one aspect or another of the College on an almost daily basis?
So how about it, Dartblog authors? Why not start allowing alumni/ae to comment on your controversial posts?