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All gifts to FIRE are 100 percent tax deductible, so be sure to donate by midnight on Dec. 31 to secure your 2017 charitable tax deduction. Read more


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Ciccariello-Maher said that he would no longer teach at Drexel, bringing an unfortunate end to Drexel’s months-long investigation of his tweets Read more


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Students at Skyline College have something to look forward to when they return to classes in January. Read more


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$10,000. It's now or never. Will you be entering FIRE’s Free Speech Essay Contest this year? Read more


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From students shouting down an invited speaker and injuring a professor at Middlebury College in Vermont to the violent Berkeley protests in California, the campus free speech debate swept the nation in 2017. Read more


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Did the founders intend the First Amendment to protect as much speech as it does now? U. of Richmond Assistant Professor Jud Campbell argues probably not. Read more


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In the wake of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s repeated attempts to stifle student supporters of the “Save the Union” campaign, the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) has now weighed in with a letter of its own, sharing its “grave concerns about credible reports that the Institute has been violating its own policies on free expression... Read more Read more


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Texas State University, University Star, white article, Connor Clegg, censorship, funding, defunding Read more


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A concerning report in The New Yorker alleged that a Turning Point USA brochure laid out a plan to defund progressive organizations on campuses across the country. Read more


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Laurier was thrust into the spotlight when graduate student Lindsay Shepherd, who was serving as a teaching assistant for a class on communications studies, turned to the subject of gender and language. Read more



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