Adlai Stevenson once said “A free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular.” That description hasn’t much applied to today’s college campuses, where we’ve seen witch hunts over false rape charges, censorship of unpopular ideas, Orwellian responses to “microaggressions,” and absurd demands for “safe spaces” where no contradictory thought may enter.

But there’s some good news: Despite these horrors and absurdities, some people on college campuses are actually behaving sensibly, and in keeping with the principles of a free society. It’s sad that such behavior counts as news nowadays. But, since it clearly does, it’s worth shining a light on the good as well as the bad.