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A professor at Ferris State University finally made the notoriously boring syllabus week entertaining this semester. Read more


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The day before Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, he met with lawyers to discuss an "illegal, unconstitutional injunction." Read more


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Biology professor Jennifer Mosher was suspended for saying she wishes Trump supporters would "all die." Now, with FIRE's help, she has her job back. Read more


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Emory charged the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity chapter on Dec. 3 with violating the university housing policy. for hanging a wreath on its front door. Read more


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In a disregard for free speech rights, Tufts University requires students receive advance permission before engaging in “political leafleting” on campus. Read more


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A new study by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education analyzes the written free expression policies at 481 of America’s top colleges and universities. Read more


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On penalty of suspension and a ban on attending athletic events, the university punished student Sean Lohr after an athletic administrator took offense to his booing during a soccer game. Read more


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After removing a professor from the classroom to investigate his constitutionally protected speech, Coastal Carolina University confirmed on Nov. 18 that Dr. Steven Earnest can return to his teaching duties next semester. Read more


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Criticizing a foreign government is a serious offense at Emerson College. That’s the message Emerson’s administration sent on Friday by denying the appeal of a conservative student group that passed out stickers critical of the Chinese government. Read more


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Pitzer College professor Daniel Segal was accused of harassment for pedagogically relevant classroom comments about the origins of the bikini swimsuit. Read more



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