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As part of the lawsuit settlement, Jones College replaced its policy requiring students to get administrative approval before “gathering for any purpose.” Read more


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It took 404 days, five extensions, and a lawsuit for UCLA to fulfill a single open records request. Read more


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PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 27, 2020 — Last week, two U.S. senators called on the Department of Justice to investigate alleged racial segregation in American schools. Today, an investigation by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education reveals that Portland’s Lewis & Clark College also engaged in mandatory racial segregation in its first-year orientation program this... Read more Read more


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“When our university challenges the free speech of students, they are silencing a whole generation of Native voices.” Read more


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Read about censored students and faculty members, colleges with the worst policies on internet censorship, how colleges censor on social media, and more. Read more


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St. John’s booted a professor from the classroom for asking students their opinion on the outcomes — both positive and negative — of 15th century slavery. Read more


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“They are as distinguished in their respective fields as they are committed to the principles of liberty that FIRE is sworn to defend.” Read more


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“Good grief! Even Charlie Brown is not immune to campus censorship." Read more


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CMU is the 56th institution in the country, and the third in Colorado, to earn FIRE's top rating. Read more


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The findings from the first-ever rankings of the free speech climates at 55 of America’s largest and most prestigious college campuses. Read more



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