The editor of the GSU newspaper suggests we move the free speech zones where protesters currently have the right to protest. Here’s his point:

Here’s a solution: change the free speech zones on our campus. These zones are the permitted places for people not affiliated with Georgia State to come and speak out about whatever subject they wish. Of the four on campus, two go through major thoroughfares on our campus – Library Plaza and Unity Plaza. Let’s remove these two places from the list, and limit the potential chaos from ensuing as it did last week.

We had a lively discussion about the merits of this proposal in class today. I am opposed to it. What good is free speech if no one can hear you?