Stanford Law students recently shouted down Fifth Circuit appellate judge Kyle Duncan while he was trying to speak. When Duncan asked for an administrator to control the situation, Stanford’s “associate dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion” got up and lectured him for nearly 10 minutes. The incident raised questions about free speech on college campuses and the role of administrators in maintaining order during such events. Some observers criticized the students' behavior, arguing that it was disrespectful and undermined the principles of free speech and open dialogue.