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Just days after being sued for violating students’ First Amendment rights, HINU President Ronald Graham is going after the speech rights of his faculty. Read more


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Utah becomes the sixth state to require colleges and universities to align their anti-harassment policies with First Amendment jurisprudence. Read more


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“In refusing to officially acknowledge the hunting club, Penn’s administration is missing the mark." Read more


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“Joining our student newspaper gave me a voice, and unfortunately it’s going to take a lawsuit for the university to listen to it." Read more


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Many will censor, but only 10 will be crowned as the "worst of the worst." Read more


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FIRE's newest report shows shows how censorship spread during the pandemic and how technology like Zoom aided in silencing dissenting voices. Read more


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“Adding the Faculty Legal Defense Fund to FIRE’s arsenal will allow us to help more faculty — faster." Read more


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"I can be a successful and professional pharmacist as well as a strong woman that embraces her sexuality. The two are not mutually exclusive." Read more


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The First Amendment is clear: A public university cannot cancel a professor’s courses because of public anger over his extramural political expression. Read more


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As we did with President Trump and President Obama on their inaugurations, FIRE calls on the new president to defend student and faculty individual rights. Read more



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