Newsdesk

Skidmore earns FIRE’s worst, “red light” rating, which usually means a school has at least one policy that clearly and substantially restricts free speech. Read more


Newsdesk

During the Vietnam War, the Haverford community saw free speech as crucial not only to the nation’s progress, but also to a Haverford education. Read more


Newsdesk

Lake Superior State University’s posting policy threatens “disciplinary sanctioning” over material deemed “offensive, sexist, vulgar, discriminatory or suggestive." Read more


Newsdesk

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


Newsdesk

Michigan may be known for its Great Lakes, but a new report from FIRE suggests the free speech promises of Michigan colleges don’t hold much water. Read more


Newsdesk

Ferris State’s Employee and Student Dignity policy was invoked to suspend professor Barry Mehler for using profanity in class lectures. Read more


Newsdesk

Vanderbilt University revised its Student Discrimination Policy to allow administrators to penalize conduct that doesn’t actually violate the policy. Read more


Newsdesk

89 Scrooge-like colleges are on FIRE's naughty list for speech policies so miserly they earn our “red light”’ rating. See who made the list this year. Read more


Newsdesk

In a disregard for free speech rights, Tufts University requires students receive advance permission before engaging in “political leafleting” on campus. Read more


Newsdesk

A new study by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education analyzes the written free expression policies at 481 of America’s top colleges and universities. Read more



Displaying articles 1 - 10 of 23