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After more than a year in limbo and pressure from FIRE, the University of Pennsylvania’s Hunting, Archery, and Shooting Club is officially a recognized student group. Read more


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A university embroiled in sexual abuse scandals has abruptly fired a tenured professor who criticized the handling of those controversies and alleged that the university’s president and chair of its Board of Trustees made anti-Semitic comments. Read more


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Senate Bill 657 codifies important speech protections for West Virginia's public college and university students — while also getting a few things wrong. Read more


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The resolution presents risks to students’ expressive rights — and if the full goals of the resolution are adopted, it will seriously imperil those rights. Read more


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A win for B.L. would send a clear message students’ off-campus speech is protected. A loss could devastate their right to speak freely on their own time. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

These programs show a fundamental misunderstanding of the paths towards mental health, and a lack of interest in measuring their psychological effects. Read more


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The university is disregarding the First Amendment, common sense, and its own policies promising faculty expressive rights. Read more


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You can register via Zoom, or watch the livestream on our YouTube channel. Read more


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The same principle that protects student-athletes' right to express a viewpoint by kneeling, also protects them from being compelled to do so. Read more


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The survey sampled almost 5,000 students from more than 500 colleges and universities across 36 of the 50 states.  Read more



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