For the next few days I am up at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NAPSA) Region II Conference in Buffalo where I am giving a presentation called Administrators at Risk: A FIRE Seminar on Common Legal and Policy Misunderstandings. This presentation is an expansion of the presentation David and I gave at the Association of Student Judicial Affairs conference in February, which tackled everything from the rights and obligations of private colleges, the reasonability of free speech gazebos, and freedom of association. Our handout has proved a valuable resource for administrators, so if you are interested please check it out!
Radford University is the latest school to receive a rare “green light” rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression.
'READER Act' forces booksellers to blacklist books based on vague standards. FIRE is asking the Fifth Circuit to put a stop to it.
An amendment before the U.S. House impermissibly threatens the expressive rights of students and faculty across the country.
The University of Massachusetts Boston has eliminated mandates for faculty applicants to express particular views about diversity, equity, and inclusion after months of back-and-forth with FIRE.