In a statement last fall, the school's president said “as members of a university community, we always have the right to respond with our own opinions, but there is no right not to be offended. We certainly have no right to harass people because we don’t like their views."
The paper later issued an apology.
"This past year, free speech on campus took center stage and became international news," said Greg Lukianoff, FIRE President and CEO. "Too often students find their voices silenced, and increasingly their professors are finding themselves in the same boat. If this year's 'worst' list proves anything, it's that even tenured faculty members aren't safe from the censor's muzzle."
In addition to Wesleyan, here are the other schools on the list: