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OU sent us a response yesterday, complete with a freshly-created PDF, they say we missed back in December. Regardless, we look forward to working with them. Read more


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NASPA appears to be peddling outdated, misleading Title IX advice. Participating administrators could unwittingly violate federal law — and student rights. Read more


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What happened after UVA medical student Kieran Bhattacharya asked questions during a campus panel appears to be one of the most unfair examples to date. Read more


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In this occasional feature, FIRE interviews members of our Faculty Network about their research, teaching, and free expression advocacy. Read more


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Qualified immunity has been abused in a manner that has enabled university administrators to violate students’ constitutional rights without consequence. Read more


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Public college students have a First Amendment right to engage in gender-related expression without fear of government monitoring and mandatory reporting. Read more


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We filed a public records request for OU's diversity, equity, and inclusion training materials. OU told us we could see them — if we came to Oklahoma. Read more


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Sign up for our Faculty Network and complete a short survey by Friday, May 7 — we'll enter you to win an Amazon gift card. Read more


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After FIRE’s intervention, the Bureau of Indian Education rescinds the directives from President Ronald Graham and his administration that threatened faculty rights. Read more


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Cornell community escalates challenges to proposed dual degree program in China Read more



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