teachers shall be entitled to freedom in the classroom in discussing the
teachers’ subject, but should not introduce into the teaching
controversial matters that have no relation to the subject.
faculty are also citizens. When they speak or write as citizens, they
should be free from institutional censorship or discipline, but they
should remember that the public may judge their institution by their
public utterance. Thus, they should make every effort to indicate that
they are not speaking for the institution.
universities shall not be or become an instrument of partisan political
action. The expression of political opinions and view points shall be
those of individuals, not of institutions, because the official adoption
of any political position, whether favored by majority or minority,
tends to substitute one-sided commitment for the continuing search for