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Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education becomes the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression. Read more


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DEI statement policies can too easily function as ideological litmus tests that threaten employment or advancement opportunities for faculty who dissent from prevailing thought on DEI. Read more


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After six years and three attempts at gaining official school recognition, prospective student group Turning Point USA is still in limbo at Drake University. Read more


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FIRE warned Florida’s public universities that provisions in a law banning critical race theory are unenforceable because they violate the First Amendment. Read more


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University policy requires students to consult the dean when distributing literature that promotes a "cause," like passing out political flyers on campus. Read more


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What do the presidency of William Henry Harrison, the complete voyage of the Mayflower, and the gestation period of Georgetown University’s mascot have in common? They’re all shorter than the time it’s taking Georgetown to investigate a 45-word tweet. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Greg Lukianoff writes to encourage Elon Musk to use his influence at Twitter to protect free speech and strengthen the health of discourse on Twitter. Read more


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Davenport University promises free speech rights but bans “offensive language” and “hate speech” at protests — terms that could be applied to most protests. Read more


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On “Game Theory with Bomani Jones,” Stephen A. Smith said he was nearly censored while a student athlete and journalist at Winston-Salem State University. Read more


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Resident assistants at University of Northern Iowa may speak with the media as private citizens, according to college officials in response to FIRE. Read more



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