The Village Voice had an interesting article recently about a senior at Middlebury College who was expelled from school for allegedly entering a classmate’s dorm room without permission. The article highlights one of the major problems at many American colleges and universities: the complete lack of due process—one of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution—in university judicial systems.
A proposed rule in Missouri would restrict public libraries from using state funds to purchase books that discuss sex and would allow "any person" to challenge those materials.
Political boycotts are protected expression under the First Amendment, but a recent rash of laws bar government contractors from participating in boycotts of goods and services originating from Israel.
A public-private partnership formed by elite institutions and the federal government quietly eats away at the First Amendment.
FIRE’s Campus Scholars is a new initiative that empowers and funds students to carry out projects promoting free speech.