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After two months of conflict over the Stanford College Republicans’ invitation to Pence, he appeared on Stanford University’s campus the evening of Feb. 17. Read more


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Americans dislike cancel culture, but 38% believe that people who utter speech “widely considered hateful” should lose their jobs, according to new survey. Read more


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FIRE is (not so) proud to announce our 10 worst colleges for free speech for 2022. Read more


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Stanford's Constitutional Council ruled that the Undergraduate Senate was wrong to deny a funding request by the College Republicans for a Mike Pence event. Read more


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At a meeting Tuesday night, the council unanimously voted to hear the case, brought by the Stanford College Republicans against the Undergraduate Senate. Read more


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FIRE calls on the senate to reverse its denial of funding and adopt reasonable COVID-safety protocols to facilitate Pence’s appearance. Read more


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Stanford University’s student senate has declined to fund a College Republicans event that would have brought former vice president Mike Pence to campus. Read more