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After a student’s controversial tweets about the killing of George Floyd, FIRE is sending an open letter to Kansas State. Read more


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Today, a coalition of free speech orgs filed a petition in federal court to defend the new Title IX regulations from a lawsuit by 18 attorneys general. Read more


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Catholic University professor John Tieso announced this morning that the private, D.C. university fired him for his political social media posts. Read more


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FIRE joined Speech First and Independent Women's Law Center to defend the new Title IX regulations' free speech protections against a lawsuit from the ACLU. Read more


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Nicholls State President Jay Clune provides a baffling response to criticism of an email he sent students claiming free speech doesn't protect hate speech. Read more


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As the country reckons with the murder of George Floyd, students nationwide are calling attention to their classmates’ racially offensive social media posts and asking for action. Read more


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Two weeks after professor Scott Senjo began the process of resigning after pressure from Weber State, he has changed his mind: He will not resign. Read more


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A campus chapter of TPUSA was denied recognition by the student government due to its political views. After FIRE's help, they're ready to recruit members. Read more


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FIRE sent a letter today asking Zoom to account for how its agreement to remove users in accordance with China’s censorship laws will impact academic institutions. Read more


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Written to provide colleges nationwide with policies that protect student rights, the code is a complete framework for a fair campus judiciary process. Read more



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