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"By putting forward Lhamon for this crucial role, President Biden has signaled that he would rather colleges go back to old, failed policies — policies that have earned rebukes from dozens and dozens of courts to date — than pursue Title IX policies that take the rights of all students into account." Read more


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Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth has mishandled the academic misconduct cases of at least a dozen students caught up in an online cheating scandal. Read more


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Student journalists should be able to engage in investigative reporting without fear of being subpoenaed years down the road. Read more


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When the law school's chapter of The Federalist Society refused to condemn the January 6 capitol riots, other student orgs pushed for its cancellation. Read more


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Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law HB 1549, which calls for the state’s public colleges and universities to survey students on campus free speech. Read more


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“I knew FIRE had my back, so to speak, that they were going to defend me right to the bitter end,” he said. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

“Dangerous Ideas” is a comprehensive, entertaining historical account of censorship in the West. But I have some reservations about its last chapter. Read more


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On today’s episode, we are joined by Lewis & Clark Associate Professor of English Lyell Asher to discuss his 2018 article “How Ed Schools Became a Menace.” Read more


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FIRE urged University of Oklahoma to change its mandatory diversity training to allow students and faculty to disagree with university viewpoints. Read more



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