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The Dept. of Education proposed new Title IX regulations that, if implemented, would gut essential free speech and due process rights for college students. Read more


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Powerful concurrence in Cornell case compares campus proceedings to English Star Chamber Read more


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Colorado Court of Appeals held that private universities in the state owe a duty of care to students when addressing claims of sexual misconduct. Read more


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As universities go, Princeton and the University of Central Florida may not have much in common, but they do share a mechanism for getting rid of inconvenient professors: finding a reason to investigate and fire them over something unrelated, after they’ve said something controversial.  So far, it’s working better for Princeton than for UCF. On... Read more Read more


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As the Department of Education’s notice of proposed rulemaking on Title IX looms, FIRE explains how new policies could roll back student rights on campus. Read more


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New provisions in the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act directly impact due process on college and university campuses. Read more


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Professor Nicholas Meriwether sued Shawnee State University, which the court ruled had violated his free speech rights by compelling use of gender pronouns. Read more


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Linfield University’s termination of Shakespeare scholar Daniel Pollack-Pelzner is now the subject of an unsparing investigative report from the AAUP. Read more


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After 27 days of silence and following criticism from FIRE, embattled Linfield University ends investigation into English professor Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt. Read more


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FIRE wrote the California Institute of Technology with concerns that new event funding guidelines risk viewpoint discrimination and threaten student rights. Read more



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