Microaggressions are subtle slights against another based on a person’s status in a minority or marginalized group. Read more


Too often, colleges and universities maintain policies that limit student and faculty demonstrations and other expressive activities to small and/or out-of-the-way areas on campus — so-called “free speech zones.” The idea of a “free speech zone” might sound appealing in theory. But in practice, these zones function more like free speech quarantines, banishing student and... Read more Read more


The right to due process is grounded in the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Read more


Sexual harassment is considered to be a form of sex discrimination that is prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Read more


Contrary to a common misconception, most expression one might identify as hate speech is protected by the First Amendment and cannot lawfully be censored. Read more


Recently, government efforts to fight sexual harassment on campus using Title IX have sometimes overstepped the bounds of the law and the Constitution. Read more


More colleges and universities are adopting affirmative consent policies to help combat sexual assault. But these policies threaten fundamental fairness. Read more