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Episode 135: Michigan State University Student Faces Suspension for ‘Spam’ after E-Mailing Professors
In today's episode of FIREside Chats, Adam Kissel, Director of FIRE's Individual Rights Defense Program is joined by Kara Spencer, the MSU student government leader who faces suspension for "spam" after she e-mailed about 8 percent of the school's faculty members, encouraging them to express their views about changes to the freshman orientation and academic calendars.
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SPFI hotline: Does the paper own the copyright?
When a staffer submits an article, photo, or other content to a student publication, who owns the copyright?
SURVEY: College faculty split on DEI statements in hiring and promotion
Support for requiring DEI statements in job applications is associated with willingness to restrict speech and investigate colleagues for controversial expression.
University of Utah anti-racism policy forces faculty to ‘eradicate’ words from teaching, curriculum
University of Utah’s Department of Communication is barring faculty from communicating disfavored words and ideas under its Anti-Racist Code of Conduct that requires the “eradication” of certain speech from teaching and curricula.