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Inside Higher Ed last week released its first ever survey of college and university student affairs officers, which included questions on the state of campus expression. Read more


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The OCR sent a letter to Penn State finding that the university had violated Title IX in its handling of complaints of sexual assault and misconduct. Read more


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They trust medical faculty on the front lines of the pandemic to save lives, but a comment to the press may mean termination. Read more


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As university communities adapt to remote learning environments in response to the novel coronavirus, novel civil liberties questions are arising. Read more


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The 2020 conference will take place from Oct. 22–24 at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business’s Gleacher Center. Read more


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On Monday, a federal judge in Michigan ruled that the University of Michigan violated the due process rights of a student accused of sexual misconduct. Read more


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The University of California System is bound by the First Amendment. It may not prohibit protected speech, no matter its intention in doing so. Read more


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At UC Santa Barbara, faculty members’ skepticism over an online service was answered with a letter from the company’s lawyer, invoking civil — and criminal — consequences. Read more


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On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a federal law that permitted individuals to sue state governments for copyright infringement. Read more


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FIRE and NYU's First Amendment Watch are proud to launch a freshman orientation aimed at teaching incoming college students about their free speech rights. Read more



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