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He faces charges of cyberbullying after other students at Stockton University felt “offended, disrespected, and taunted” by the photo of President Trump. Read more


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In a review of media policies at 25 top U.S. colleges and universities, a new report found that a majority of schools restrict press rights on campus. Read more


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FIRE wrote to U.S. universities encouraging them to seriously examine their existing and possible future partnerships with international campuses. Read more


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“This just goes to show you that no area of academia, however obscure, is immune to those who demand that opposing viewpoints be silenced." Read more


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In response to our letter, Auburn now says it will not take action against a professor under fire for his comments about police abolition. Read more


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Twelve members of the West Virginia House of Delegates are defending open inquiry at West Virginia University and calling for needed education on the First Amendment. Read more


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Today FIRE launched an initiative encouraging leaders at America's top colleges to commit to defending expressive rights wherever their students may be. Read more


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Tennessee State University's "Statement of Assurance" is FIRE’s Speech Code of the Month for August. Read more


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Princeton professor Peter Singer has been called “the world’s most influential living philosopher.” But he may be as controversial as he is influential. Read more


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FIRE has asked the Ohio State to walk back a COVID-19 related mandate requiring students and faculty to sign a statement about their personal beliefs if they want to return to campus. Read more



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