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New guidance from ICE indicates incoming freshman international students taking online-only classes may not be able to obtain a visa. Read more


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The chairs of the Georgetown's College Democrats and Republicans, co-authored an opinion piece that rejected calls for the censorship of a fellow student. Read more


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FIRE intern Tiana Singleton argues that, as with buying groceries, a variety of ideas should be available to choose from. Read more


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FIRE sent a letter to Fordham demanding it drop charges against its own student for simply exercising his right to free speech. Fordham ignored it. Read more


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Nothing to see here, then? Not quite. The campaign against Pinker shows how even spurious claims can gain currency, especially in times of turbulence. Read more


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With a turbulent fall semester looming, FIRE Intern Samuel Rechek suggests how universities can find ways for students to engage in healthy discourse. Read more


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An FSU student’s online comments have yielded a formal resolution from a city council and calls to remove him from his role in the student senate. Read more


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In a Daily Princetonian op-ed Monday, President Christopher Eisgruber finally admitted that faculty members can have opinions. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by PEN America's Suzanne Nossel to discuss campus censorship, cancel culture, and more. Read more


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FIRE is thrilled to announce that our first Virtual Summer Series will take place next week! Read more



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