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Yesterday, Collin College — a public institution in McKinney, Texas — said it would end its relationship with Lora Burnett, a history professor whose social media comments have attracted the attention of media, the public, and at least one state lawmaker. Read more


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Last week we revealed the winning submission. Now we’re printing the excellent essays from our second and third place winners. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

The winner of the Feb. 2021 Prestigious Ashurbanipal award is Martin Gurri’s “The Revolt of the Public and the Crisis of Authority in the New Millennium." Read more


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We revisit FIRE's recent student press cases — detailing the warning signs and reminding student journalists how to identify and guard against censorship. Read more


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On the eve of Student Press Freedom Day, we learn about the challenges student journalists face accessing public records within the UC system. Read more


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The coalition urged Tennessee’s public universities to resist calls to prohibit their student-athletes from exercising their First Amendment protest rights. Read more


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Marilyn Kennedy, assistant professor of English at Orange Coast College and Faculty Network member, talks free expression research, teaching, and advocacy. Read more


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FIRE has crafted a mini-lesson for high schoolers on the importance of the First Amendment’s protection of freedom of the press — that you can use today! Read more


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She rehabbed Frostburg State’s student newspaper into a relentless university watchdog. Now they’re watching her. Read more


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FIRE warned SJU today that they cannot punish Gregory Manco for tweets criticizing reparations and the perception of racism in the United States. Read more



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