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FIRE is now accepting applications to be our 2020 summer intern! Read more


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Western Connecticut State University President promises expulsion and a criminal investigation into right wing posters. Read more


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Did Stanford University dorm staff take down posters from a conservative group and replace them with a letter criticizing conservative students? It certainly looks like it. Read more


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Heather Barr, editor of Capital University’s student newspaper The Chimes, was in class. But when she looked at her phone, she panicked. Read more


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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute FIRE’s Speech Code of the Month for November 2019. Read more


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FIRE wrote to Rocky Mountain College calling on the college to permit students to engage in displays it has censored as “divisive.” Read more


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A statement about "disruptive behavior" at a football game could land University of Alabama and its student government into murky First Amendment territory. Read more


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Indirect retaliation against student journalists by way of adverse employment actions against advisers is still retaliation. Read more


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The Boston event brought together a variety of faculty members with a range of opinions — creating conditions where thoughtful disagreement could flourish. Read more


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Government actors — including state universities like UConn — may not punish this type of speech, however offensive, without violating the First Amendment. Read more



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