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Drake University ignores letter from FIRE after the student senate denied recognition to Turning Point USA chapter for a third time. Read more


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The Eckerd College student government refused to recognize a campus chapter of the College Republicans because of Instagram posts. Read more


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A free speech student group has finally been recognized by Emory University School of Law nearly seven months after it first applied for a charter. Read more


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The Duke University student senate refuses to recognize a pro-Israel club, passes resolution condemning antisemitism. Read more


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While colleges often fall short on their free speech promises, some fall very short, disciplining or discouraging even the most innocuous speech. Read more


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Faced with the opportunity to uphold its commitment to free speech, Emory chose to betray this commitment and violate more students’ expressive rights. Read more


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Two months after Duke’s student government denied recognition to a pro-Israel club based on disagreement with one of the club’s social media posts, Duke’s Students Supporting Israel chapter remains unrecognized by the university. This week, however, Kentucky Sen. — and Duke alumnus — Rand Paul has joined the calls of FIRE and other civil liberties... Read more Read more


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A month after a pro-Israel club was denied recognition by Duke University’s student government, civil liberties groups urge that the club be recognized. Read more


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After Duke's student government denied recognition to a chapter of Students Supporting Israel, Duke's president has promised to provide the club resources. Read more