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Professor Suzanne Jones has filed a federal lawsuit against senior administrators at Collin College in Texas, revealing damning new evidence of misconduct. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Greg Lukianoff and Jon Haidt examine the role social media plays in young people's deteriorating mental health. Read more


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FIRE argued in an amicus curiae brief that speech standards designed for grade schoolers should not apply to adult students in public colleges. Read more


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A coalition of civil liberties organizations led by FIRE is sending a letter to the high school and local law enforcement to explain the First Amendment. Read more


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A district court in Colorado dismissed a student’s claims that his rights had been violated after he was expelled for off-campus joke posted to Snapchat. Read more


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Based upon the opinions of over 37,000 students at 159 top American colleges, it's the largest survey of campus free expression ever performed. Read more


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Sean Stevens and Komi German respond to criticism of FIRE's Scholar's Under FIRE database. Read more


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The internet teems with calls for students and professors to be censored and punished for expressing their opinions on the 9/11 attacks. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

It has been a tough three years — for universities, for many Western democracies, and for humanity. Read more


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On this episode, we're joined by Matt Taibbi, Nadine Strossen, and Amna Khalid, who respond to an On the Media episode critical of “free speech absolutism.” Read more



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