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University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh is no longer requiring student journalists to contact the communications office before interviewing campus staffers. Read more


Interview

BBC Russian Service Moscow bureau chief Konstantin Eggert is a vocal critic of the Putin regime and has more than a few thoughts on censorship in Russia. Read more


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Journalist Ksenia Turkova shares her reporting on Russian censorship, the war in Ukraine, and her experiences working as a journalist in Russia. Read more


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The Berea Torch student newspaper caught the ire of college officials after publishing articles critical of the treatment of student workers. Read more


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University of Northern Iowa, a public institution, requires RAs to get clearance when speaking to the press. That’s unconstitutional, folks. Read more


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FIRE’s Student Press Freedom Initiative is on a mission to change that. Read more


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Today, in court documents filed late Monday, Haskell Indian Nations University agreed to sweeping policy reforms that will protect the First Amendment rights of students at the federally operated university and safeguard the editorial independence of the award-winning student newspaper, The Indian Leader. Read more


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The New Jersey Legislature should revise Senate Bill 108 to remove a provision classifying "profane” speech as a form of unprotected student expression. Read more