For Week 1 back on campus, YAL at UCSD set up a free speech wall of our own construction on Monday and Wednesday, to promote both free speech and our first meeting Wednesday evening. The event was a hit, and both of our boards filled up after just a few hours of tabling. The reaction from students was very positive, who were generally thrilled with the idea that they could write anything they wanted.
We thought we might be in for trouble when a campus police officer came by to look at the wall, since UCSD has had troubles with free speech in the past. However, despite a very prominent "F*** THE POLICE" written on the board, he said he thought the event was great, and even inquired as to our organization and its goals, going so far as to offer his skills as a speaker if we ever needed a cop to give a presentation.
A few days after our event, I actually got an email from the Center for Student Involvement at UCSD, saying that a couple complaints had been registered about offensive comments written on our wall. To be honest, I'm surprised anyone complained at all -- any offensive comments were marginal at best, the vast majority of what students wrote was positive.