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In this week’s episode, we focus on some of the notable cases of music censorship in America, the formation of the Parents Music Resource Center. Read more


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One year after students heckled the University of Hartford president at commencement, UH's athletic director warns athletes to be respectful — or else. Read more


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After originally denying recognition to a College Republicans chapter based on social media posts, the Eckerd College student senate did an about-face. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Greg Lukianoff gives his book of the month awards. Read more


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Creighton University has placed its Turning Point USA chapter on probation after wrongly claiming an event endangered Creighton’s tax-exempt status. Read more


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FIRE welcomes two new members to its Board of Directors and three new members to its Advisory Council. Read more


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Assembly Bill 2683 requires colleges train students on “sexual harassment” using definition that conflicts with precedent established by the Supreme Court. Read more


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FIRE is excited to launch a free speech grant program that will support research that advances our understanding of free speech and academic freedom. Read more


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Wichita State University's student-run art gallery ShiftSpace saw its funding cut after it criticized a student senator on social media. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen and Jacob Mchangama argue that censorship of disinformation is a cure worse than the disease. Read more



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