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The New School has cleared a professor of charges of racial discrimination for quoting literary icon James Baldwin during a classroom discussion. Read more


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A federal court ruled in favor of a chapter of Students for Life, at California State University, San Marcos, with respect to some challenges it brought against the public university’s distribution of student fees.  Read more


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FIRE sent a letter to American University over its treatment of professor Adam Duker. AUC has now responded to FIRE, saying little about the allegations. Read more


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The revised version still defined consent in a way that would effectively criminalize a great deal of consensual sexual contact. Read more


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FIRE is glad to see our allies highlight the case of professor Laurie Sheck, who is facing the prospect of punishment for quoting writer James Baldwin. Read more


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The court held that Harvard’s policy appeared to impermissibly discriminate against students on the basis of sex in violation of Title IX. Read more


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The FBI’s advisory is the latest development in the increasingly uneasy relationship between China’s government and academic institutions abroad.  Read more


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Three writers submitted 20 fake papers to academic journals — seven were accepted. What did they try to prove? We examine the "Grievance Studies Affair." Read more


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The ruling delivered something of a legal victory for due process on campus, while denying any significant relief to the plaintiff himself. Read more


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A New York court ordered Fordham to recognize the student organization.  Read more



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