Last semester at Texas A&M, free Speech demonstrations like the "Anti-Obama Carnival" put on by student group The Young Conservatives of Texas, received a lot of attention.
Now the university is holding a free speech seminar.
Two separate sessions will be held Monday in Rudder Theater, one at 11 a.m., the other at 5 p.m.
The school says the interactive program is designed to inform students about their rights to free speech, and how to balance those freedoms with Aggie values.
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