UW Regent Recalls Life In Communist Cuba Amidst Campus Protests

This month, the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents voted to ensure freedom of speech throughout the system. Students who attempt to disrupt events because they don’t like the speakers now face punishments that could include expulsion. For one Regent, Jose Delgado, the decision reflected a lifetime of experience stretching back to revolutionary Cuba in the 1950s, when the communists took over. MNS’ Bill Osmulski has more.