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A former Kennesaw State University cheerleader recently secured a $145,000 settlement after KSU tried to prevent her from protesting during the national anthem. Read more


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A hearing for an animal rights group leads to its denial because its mission of promoting a vegan diet might put students at “emotional risk.” Read more


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On today’s So to Speak, we celebrate 100 episodes by bringing back on the show popular guests for a discussion on the state of free speech in America. Read more


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A Long Island University Post student is under investigation for alleged possession and distribution of "forbidden flyers." Read more


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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is FIRE’s Speech Code of the Month for December. Read more


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Remarkable footage shows members of CWU's Services and Activities Committee coming up with pretextual justifications for censoring student media. Read more


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Innocent until proven guilty? Not on college campuses. Top universities fail to provide students accused of campus misconduct with fair procedures. Read more


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A new Executive Order directing the Departments of Education and Justice to use a specific definition of anti-Semitism would threaten free speech on campus. Read more


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Emails with a student land a professor from University of New Mexico in hot water. Read more


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Yesterday, the U.S. DOJ filed a statement of interest in a lawsuit filed in September by FIRE against Mississippi’s Jones County Junior College. Read more



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