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Davis is a high standard, but it is not unreachable. A recent example at the University of Maryland illustrates why. Read more


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A New York state appellate court found that Fordham was within its rights to deny recognition to a chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine. Read more


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With an online donation of $500 or more (or a monthly donation of $42) you will receive FIRE’s Freedom Tote as a token of our gratitude! Read more


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What Frostburg has not done in either of its responses to FIRE is made a clear statement outlining ways it plans to improve free speech on its campus. Read more


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We interviewed professor Daniel Cullen, who was recently named to the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Academic Leaders Task Force on Campus Free Expression. Read more


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FIRE sent a letter to Ole Miss calling for a full account of why the university decided not to renew the contract of assistant professor Garrett Felber. Read more


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FIRE’s December Speech Code of the Month recipient, CU Denver, quickly revised an email policy that restricted student and faculty speech. Read more


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Ambiguity surrounding the University of Miami’s plan to punish a professor over his political speech has chilled the expressive rights of UM faculty. Read more


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How far will a university administration go to retaliate for bad press? At Frostburg State University, the answer is chilling. Read more


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Earlier this week, the Department of Education announced an email hotline for people to report campus free speech violations. Read more



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