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After more than a year in limbo and pressure from FIRE, the University of Pennsylvania’s Hunting, Archery, and Shooting Club is officially a recognized student group. Read more


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A university embroiled in sexual abuse scandals has abruptly fired a tenured professor who criticized the handling of those controversies and alleged that the university’s president and chair of its Board of Trustees made anti-Semitic comments. Read more


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North Dakota becomes the 20th state to pass legislation banning public colleges and universities from relegating student expression to “free speech zones.” Read more


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Today, Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte signed two major pieces of legislation protecting First Amendment rights in Montana higher education, HB 349 and HB 218. Read more


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He criticized the Chinese government. Now the University of San Diego School is investigating him. Read more


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After FIRE’s intervention, the Bureau of Indian Education rescinds the directives from President Ronald Graham and his administration that threatened faculty rights. Read more


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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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