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Fordham’s Students for Justice in Palestine group should be celebrating its sixth anniversary. Instead, it’s still fighting to be recognized. Read more


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At its meeting today, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia is considering policies that could threaten academic freedom. Read more


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This evening, Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania is hosting an event that appears to endorse racial segregation. Read more


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Two professors are suing Tennessee Tech in federal district court for violating their First Amendment rights over their Game of Thrones parody flyers. Read more


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Deflecting criticism over censorship of “China Kinda Sus” stickers, Emerson hides anti-China tweets containing images of Winnie the Pooh. Read more


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While its president publicly boasts of Yale’s commitment to academic freedom, its lawyers tell a federal court those commitments aren’t binding. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Between 2015 and 2020, the annual number of incidents in which professors/scholars were targeted for ideological reasons has increased from 28 to 120. Read more


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MIT rescinded a speaking invitation to University of Chicago geophysics professor Dorian Abbot, who emphasized meritocracy over diversity and inclusion. Read more


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Thai students are calling for the United Nations to recognize Oct. 6 as International Day for the Protection of Students’ Freedom of Expression. Read more


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University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope announced the release of principles intended to guide the institution’s international engagements. Read more



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