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Josh is a recent summa cum laude Princeton graduate, but already an experienced free speech advocate: In 2015, he co-founded the Princeton Open Campus Coalition, a non-partisan student organization devoted to fighting for the rights of all students and professors to advance their personal and academic convictions in an atmosphere free from intimidation and institutionalized orthodoxies.The Princeton Open Campus Coalition fought against student demands for policies such as faculty cultural competency training and mandatory classes in "marginalized peoples" that, while masquerading as racial justice, would have stifled the right to dissent. He has spoken about the importance of free speech on campus at the Conservative Political Action Conference and has testified before the House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee. His writings have appeared in the National Review, and he has also served as editor-in-chief of the conservative magazine The Princeton Tory, for which he has written and edited numerous articles defending the pedagogical and moral importance of robust protection of free expression rights.