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As we told the university in a letter, recent events should demonstrate that Transylvania's restrictive free speech zone policy is unnecessary. Read more


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The reversal comes after student-led public pressure over Cornell's security fees policy that would have created an opening for viewpoint discrimination. Read more


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Williams informed FIRE late yesterday via email that, as of Tuesday, WIFI has received recognition as a registered student organization, or RSO. Read more


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We are joined by Wen Fa, an attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation who regularly litigates free speech cases. Read more


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Student defenders groups exist across the country, and they play several critically important roles in ensuring that students’ rights to a fair disciplinary process are respected. Read more


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The president of Williams College says she is “disappointed” that the student government refused to grant official club recognition to a student group based solely on its pro-Israel viewpoint. Read more


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When you reach for an ice cold Coke, could you actually be feeling the chill of academic freedom being stifled? Read more


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Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana announced that professor Ronald Sullivan and his wife would not be renewed as faculty deans of Winthrop House. Read more


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In this conversation with Stephen Solomon, we explore how the Americans who had once championed freedom of speech came to adopt their own sedition law. Read more


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A friend of a candidate running for student government at Colorado State confessed to stealing and throwing out copies of the student newspaper. Read more



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