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On Nov. 3, Emerson College found a student organization violated college policy when it handed out stickers that read “China Kinda Sus." Read more


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A coalition of MIT community members are pressing the institution to reaffirm its commitment to free speech after disinviting Dorian Abbot to speak. Read more


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Wichita State’s Turning Point USA campus chapter has finally received formal recognition — but a decision by the student senate may have a chilling effect. Read more


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Pano Kanelos believes higher education is broken. But he isn’t waiting for colleges and universities to fix themselves. He’s forming University of Austin. Read more


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Far too many colleges are still living in the past, with archaic online speech regulations that infringe on free expression. St. Olaf College is one. Read more


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The complicated role of objectivity, neutrality, and viewpoint diversity in the newsroom. Read more


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Following a campus free speech roundtable this week, Rep. Greg Murphy introduced a resolution expressing support for free speech in higher education. Read more


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The University of Florida has backed down over its ban on professors offering expert testimony against the state in a voting rights case. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

In the Scholars Under Fire database, we document direct attempts to professionally sanction scholars for ideological reasons. Read more



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