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Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education calls on Coastal Carolina to reinstate Dr. Steven ​​Earnest, who was suspended from teaching after criticizing student protestors who staged a walkout because they saw the names of students of color written on a whiteboard and mistook it as a malicious act. Read more


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The College Republicans at Washington & Lee University were caught red-handed. Their transgression? Advocating for a political candidate. Read more


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Emerson College suspended a campus chapter of conservative student group Turning Point USA on Oct. 1 after members passed out stickers critical of China’s government. Read more


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“Studying Abroad, Speaking Out” examines the study abroad policies and resources at 100 of the United States’ most prestigious colleges. Read more


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Based upon the opinions of over 37,000 students at 159 top American colleges, it's the largest survey of campus free expression ever performed. Read more


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When student Kaylyn Willis submitted a writing assignment about mental health and murder, she didn’t expect it to destroy her chances of completing nursing school. Read more


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A new report shows an alarming 74% success rate for campaigns targeting collegiate scholars for their constitutionally protected speech. Read more


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One day after the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education filed a lawsuit to assert Si’s rights, the school started listening. Read more


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“Do no harm” is the foundational principle of medical ethics, but a public medical school is harming its students by attempting to sterilize their opinions. Read more


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Following a letter from FIRE, Iowa State University is walking back its warning to faculty members that new legislation requires them to self-censor pedagogically relevant class discussions on race or gender. Read more



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