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New policy comes after Washington and Lee barred College Republicans from displaying campaign materials before Virginia’s 2021 gubernatorial election, Read more


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A professor at Ferris State University finally made the notoriously boring syllabus week entertaining this semester. Read more


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In a series of arresting ads that strike at the necessity of preserving and defending free speech rights, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education will launch its first national advertising campaign this weekend. Read more


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The day before Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, he met with lawyers to discuss an "illegal, unconstitutional injunction." Read more


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Two months after Duke’s student government denied recognition to a pro-Israel club based on disagreement with one of the club’s social media posts, Duke’s Students Supporting Israel chapter remains unrecognized by the university. This week, however, Kentucky Sen. — and Duke alumnus — Rand Paul has joined the calls of FIRE and other civil liberties... Read more Read more


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A New York court recently held that the firings of 4 music professors from the College of Saint Rose unlawfully violated the institution’s faculty manual. Read more


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One UW administrator is digging in after FIRE sent a letter calling out the university's repressive rule regarding land acknowledgment. Read more


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Biology professor Jennifer Mosher was suspended for saying she wishes Trump supporters would "all die." Now, with FIRE's help, she has her job back. Read more


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Members of Philadelphia City Council are inappropriately calling on UPenn to begin a "comprehensive review" of Professor Amy Wax's role at the university. Read more


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At a meeting Tuesday night, the council unanimously voted to hear the case, brought by the Stanford College Republicans against the Undergraduate Senate. Read more



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