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Sex Discrimination or Doctrinal Differences?

A former professor’s sex discrimination lawsuit against Moody Bible Institute was recently allowed to proceed by a federal appeals court. The case could have bigger implications for religious colleges.

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Liberty University Fined $14 Million for Clery Violations

The historic fine was part of a settlement agreement with the Department of Education for numerous violations of campus crime-reporting requirements.

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Whom Would Jesus Cancel?

Alex Small offers a Catholic defense of academic freedom in the wake of a Catholic University of America lecturer’s firing.

PEN America Calls on Catholic U to Reverse Firing of Lecturer

PEN America, a free speech advocacy organization, is calling on Catholic University of America to reverse its decision to fire...
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Catholic University Fires Instructor Over ‘Abortion Doula’ Speaker’s Comments

The instructor was fired after a doula spoke in her class about clients having abortions. Antiabortion activists celebrated, while academic freedom advocates were horrified.

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A Rabbi Walks Into a Christian University

Belmont University’s new hire signals ramped-up support for Jewish students. Other Christian universities are also increasingly embracing students of other faiths.

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A Rise in Hyperspecialized Catholic Colleges and Trade Schools

A handful of new Catholic institutions and trade schools are emerging and experimenting with new models as many of their established peers suffer enrollment woes.

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Christian Colleges Navigate Abortion Debates in a Post-Roe World

Some scholars say discussions of the topic are now more nuanced and complex. Antiabortion activists believe the discourse has become too permissive.