Haley Gluhanich, a Connecticut native, graduated cum laude from Gettysburg College in 2019 with a B.A. in psychology and political science, and graduated cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law in 2022. She has always had a passion for free speech — teaching high school students about their First Amendment rights, publishing “Q&As” for the McLellan Online Free Speech Library, and working with campaign finance cases and anti-SLAPP statutes at the Institute for Free Speech. In her free time, Haley enjoys baking, puzzles, being active outdoors, and rooting for the New York Rangers.
- VICTORY: Troy University affirms commitment to academic freedom,
- Leaked emails: Troy trustees suggest they’ll pressure faculty to keep company bigwigs, legislators, happy,
- VICTORY: Stanford adopts FIRE recommendation, will no longer notify students accused of engaging in protected speech ,
- University of Utah anti-racism policy forces faculty to ‘eradicate’ words from teaching, curriculum ,
- FIRE, NCAC object after State College of Florida censors art exhibit ,
- Cal State Monterey Bay: Students should ‘think broadly’ about ways to report professors for ‘subtle’ racism,
- Stanford says it’s not punishing the student photographed reading ‘Mein Kampf.’ Here’s why that’s not good enough. ,
- Amid death threats and harassment, University of Chicago professor reschedules ‘The Problem of Whiteness’ course,
- Folding under pressure, University of California San Diego suspends professor for protected comments,
- University of Illinois insists forcing faculty to promote DEI against their will doesn’t threaten academic freedom,
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