Speech Code of the Month

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If Haverford’s promises of free speech are to be relied upon, it cannot delegate power to students to police the protected expression of other students. Read more


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Cornell promises students the right to protest without a permit in one policy. But events having to do with "controversial topics" require a month's notice. Read more


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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh earned FIRE's worst "red light" rating for a speech code that prohibits expression protected by the First Amendment. Read more


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Union College's definition of harassment does not come close to the legal definition of harassment. Read more


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Barnard College password-protects several of its speech codes, hiding them from prospective students and public scrutiny. Read more


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Like Bill Murray’s character in the movie “Groundhog Day,” some universities seem stuck in a loop — holding onto the same, problematic policies. Read more


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Northern Vermont University has been named FIRE's Speech Code of the Month for January 2021! Read more


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CU Denver's email policy is FIRE’s Speech Code of the Month for December. Read more


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Santa Clara University's "degrading language" policy is FIRE's Speech Code of the Month for November 2020. Read more


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The “Political Activity” policy at Bemidji State is FIRE's Speech Code of the Month for October 2020. Read more



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