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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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Yesterday, Collin College — a public institution in McKinney, Texas — said it would end its relationship with Lora Burnett, a history professor whose social media comments have attracted the attention of media, the public, and at least one state lawmaker. Read more


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Ohio is now the 18th state to pass legislation banning public colleges and universities from relegating student expression to free speech zones. Read more


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FIRE joined Speech First and Independent Women's Law Center to defend the new Title IX regulations' free speech protections against a lawsuit from the ACLU. Read more


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Naomi Mathew tried to start an animal rights group on campus. But after a committee rejected the club, it’s her First Amendment rights that are endangered. Read more


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These five suggestions provide a path for presidents to prove their commitment to free speech by leading with basic, clear, and reasonable changes. Read more


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Today, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin signed HB 254 into law, protecting free speech at the commonwealth’s public colleges and universities by granting students the “broadest possible latitude to speak, write, listen, challenge, learn, and discuss any issue.” Read more


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FIRE is committed to igniting a passion for these crucial freedoms in students through our educational programs, conferences, internships, and more. Read more



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