Settlement reached in Haskell University free speech case
February 9, 2022
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Haskell Indian Nations University has settled a lawsuit filed after a former university president sought to dictate what student journalists could report and write.
Free-speech advocates said the settlement agreement with former Haskell student journalist Jared Nally includes policy reforms that will protect students' constitutional rights on the Haskell campus, The Lawrence Journal-World reported.
Nally sued school official s in October 2020 when the university's then-president, Ronald Graham, sent him a directive telling him not to contact any government agency fo...