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A panel on China’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims was zoombombed by attendees, who played China’s national anthem and wrote over their presentation. Read more


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FIRE sent letters to 38 organizations encouraging them to help their constituent universities and colleges adopt our Model Code of Student Conduct. Read more


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We’re excited to announce our latest effort: FIRE’s new hotline for student journalists: 1-833-451-FIRE. Read more


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The virtual curtain will finally rise tonight on a play that got the Vaudeville Hook at Muscatine Community College earlier this semester. Tickets are $5. Read more


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FIRE Senior Research Fellow Sean Stevens answers questions about FIRE's 2020 College Free Speech Rankings report. Read more


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Today, FIRE wrote to more than 400 institutions to encourage them to take note of a new report on academic freedom released by the United Nations. Read more


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Late last week, a New York appellate court upheld Syracuse’s punishment of several former Theta Tau fraternity members over a private, satirical skit. Read more


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As part of the lawsuit settlement, Jones College replaced its policy requiring students to get administrative approval before “gathering for any purpose.” Read more


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In a strongly-worded defense of civil liberties, ISU denied demands made in an open letter that asked ISU to violate the First Amendment, academic freedom. Read more


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FIRE's Peter Bonilla reviews the book "Unassailable Ideas" by University of Illinois professor Ilana Redstone and UCLA professor John Villasenor. Read more



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