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FIRE urged University of Oklahoma to change its mandatory diversity training to allow students and faculty to disagree with university viewpoints. Read more


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USD determined Professor Thomas Smith cannot be punished for a personal blog post criticizing the Chinese government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more


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A student government leader encouraged students to "annoy" university police. Now the police are calling for an investigation. Read more


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Unionized faculty were among a recent purge of tenure-track professors at County College of Morris in New Jersey. Read more


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Linfield University ignored due process and fired a tenured professor after he criticized the handling of sexual assault allegations against board members. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

The most important personal takeaway from Julia Galef’s excellent “The Scout Mindset" is that you do not, in fact, have to be self-deceived to be happy. Read more


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Legislation under consideration in multiple states will prohibit the teaching of so-called “divisive concepts” at public colleges and universities. Read more


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After more than a year in limbo and pressure from FIRE, the University of Pennsylvania’s Hunting, Archery, and Shooting Club is officially a recognized student group. Read more


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A university embroiled in sexual abuse scandals has abruptly fired a tenured professor who criticized the handling of those controversies and alleged that the university’s president and chair of its Board of Trustees made anti-Semitic comments. Read more


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Senate Bill 657 codifies important speech protections for West Virginia's public college and university students — while also getting a few things wrong. Read more



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