By Doug Lederman at Inside Higher Ed
A federal judge has directed officials  at Chicago State University not to interfere with the operations of a faculty blog that has been highly critical of the administration. Chicago State has tried in recent years to shut down  or otherwise silence  The Faculty Voice, which regularly criticizes university officials. Two faculty members responsible for the blog sued the university last year with the help of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, and while the ruling does not weigh in on the merits of their case, it does ensure that they won’t be punished while they pursue their case.
Schools: Chicago State University