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There is no general right to have one’s work published by a particular publication, including an independent student newspaper. Read more


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In the Sept. 4 email, student Aqsa Khan criticized the CSU psychology department and cautioned prospective students from applying to the graduate program. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen, former head of the ACLU from 1991 to 2008, explains that the trope about shouting 'fire' in a crowded theater is misunderstood and misused. Read more


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Halloween parties can be a fun way to express yourself in college, but at Lehigh University, students had better watch out. Read more


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As campuses grow more hostile to free expression, it may be up to alumni to tip the scales in favor of individual rights. Read more


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FIRE called on Utah State University to rescind its unconstitutional social media policy after using it to block a student who criticized the university. Read more


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If the past is any indicator, OCR will soon return to its one-sided approach that injected unfairness into the process and destroyed the lives of many students in the process. Read more


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Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education calls on Coastal Carolina to reinstate Dr. Steven ​​Earnest, who was suspended from teaching after criticizing student protestors who staged a walkout because they saw the names of students of color written on a whiteboard and mistook it as a malicious act. Read more


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UNC is facing calls to cancel it “The Conflict over Israel/Palestine,” a 200-level course taught by graduate student Kylie Broderick. Read more


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The College Republicans at Washington & Lee University were caught red-handed. Their transgression? Advocating for a political candidate. Read more



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