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Last month, FIRE wrote to 15 top colleges and universities about problematic press policies — now some schools refuse to even acknowledge the problem. Read more


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A Wisconsin middle school principal told a student that he needed to cover several items of clothing, including a pro-gun T-shirt and sweatshirt. Read more


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The virtual curtain will finally rise tonight on a play that got the Vaudeville Hook at Muscatine Community College earlier this semester. Tickets are $5. Read more


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FIRE is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2021 Summer Internship! Apply to be a FIRE summer intern today! Read more


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St. John’s booted a professor from the classroom for asking students their opinion on the outcomes — both positive and negative — of 15th century slavery. Read more


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The findings from the first-ever rankings of the free speech climates at 55 of America’s largest and most prestigious college campuses. Read more


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UVA’s student newspaper released a troubling report last week on a policy that “restricts resident staffers from speaking to the press.” Read more


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“Throughout her career, she has demonstrated a unique ability to secure justice for victims of rights violations, often against seemingly insurmountable odds." Read more


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Administrators suspended lecturer Gordon Klein for the 'tone' of his email — despite the student recipient responding with thanks and appreciation. Read more


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FIRE was honored to defend the merits of the new Title IX regulations, which cannot properly be characterized as an attack on gender-based protections. Read more



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