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In a university course called Writing the Body, whose bodies are acceptable to write about? And who decides? Read more


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After six years and three attempts at gaining official school recognition, prospective student group Turning Point USA is still in limbo at Drake University. Read more


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With Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ enactment of House Bill 7 into law today, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education is calling on administrators at Florida’s public universities and colleges to stand up for the First Amendment rights of their students and faculty. Read more


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What do the presidency of William Henry Harrison, the complete voyage of the Mayflower, and the gestation period of Georgetown University’s mascot have in common? They’re all shorter than the time it’s taking Georgetown to investigate a 45-word tweet. Read more


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Today, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed into law HB 290, which provides crucial procedural protections to students at public colleges and universities who are accused of violating an institution’s student code of conduct and face suspension or expulsion. Read more


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A new study by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education analyzes the state of free speech at 26 Michigan colleges and universities. Read more


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Today, seven months after filing a lawsuit against Eastern Virginia Medical School with help from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, medical student Edward Si has signed a settlement agreement with the university. Read more


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If you're a student at Fort Lewis College who wants to advertise an event or decorate your dorm room, your safest bet is to buy bland posters that espouse no opinions. Read more


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Today, history professor Michael Phillips sued Collin College, its president, H. Neil Matkin, and other university officials for violating his constitutional rights by firing him for talking about history and criticizing the college’s COVID-19 policies. Read more


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A new report from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education reveals that, for the second year in a row, there were more than one hundred targeting incidents against American scholars for their protected speech. Read more



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