Universities have traditionally provided a forum for the free exchange of ideas between and among faculty and students. But how robust can discourse be when most everyone shares the same thoughts and opinions? How can a professor tackle a controversial research topic, or a student express an unpopular opinion, if he or she is terrified of finding or saying the "wrong" thing? Check out the videos from the Stanford Federalist Society's conference in which they explored these questions through the lens of intellectual diversity and political correctness in academia.