Tue. Feb 18th, 2020

Students voiced their concerns and support to University of Central Florida’s Student’s Senate over commentator Ben Shapiro. Fifty people signed up to speak inside the Student Union on Thursday. Shapiro is scheduled to speak in the Pegasus Ballroom on campus on March 23.The issue is not freedom of speech but using student funds to the sum of $20,000 to pay for Ben Shapiro to come to UCF.The student government is responsible for allocating the money in Senate Bill 5260.This marks the second vote on the bill. The first one ended in not using student funds for a Ben Shapiro visit, but because it was not a majority vote.On Thursday, UCF’s student government voted 25 to 15 to bring Shapiro to campus.

ORLANDO, Fla. —

Students voiced their concerns and support to University of Central Florida’s Student’s Senate over commentator Ben Shapiro.

Fifty people signed up to speak inside the Student Union on Thursday.

Shapiro is scheduled to speak in the Pegasus Ballroom on campus on March 23.

The issue is not freedom of speech but using student funds to the sum of $20,000 to pay for Ben Shapiro to come to UCF.

The student government is responsible for allocating the money in Senate Bill 5260.

This marks the second vote on the bill. The first one ended in not using student funds for a Ben Shapiro visit, but because it was not a majority vote.

On Thursday, UCF’s student government voted 25 to 15 to bri

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