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Court: Speech First Has No Standing to Challenge Bias Policies
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has ruled that Speech First, an organization devoted to promoting free...
Boston U President Blasts Graduation Protesters
Boston University president Robert Brown issued a powerful rebuke Wednesday to students who shouted obscenities at this year’s commencement speaker...
Preparing the Campus for a Controversial Speaker
Spencer D. Kelly and Yukari Hirata offer a case study for how they worked to build receptivity among students, faculty and staff to a controversial invited speaker.
Michigan State Students Allege Professor Charged $99 to Fund Own Advocacy
Two conservative Christian Michigan State University students are suing a former professor, alleging she “compelled” 600 students to pay $99...
Protesters Call Out Provost Candidate at Southern Miss
A protest at the University of Southern Mississippi on Tuesday raised concerns about the checkered employment history of Lance Nail...
Brand Protection or Censorship?
Student filmmakers at UCLA were told not to identify their institution in a project about a 1991 campus demonstration, vexing the students and raising concerns about academic freedom.
Shouting Down Speakers Who Offend
Over the course of a month, students on several college campuses shut down speakers they disagreed with. Why is it so hard to forge a consensus on what protecting free speech really means?
Antiabortion Speech Disrupted at VCU
Virginia Commonwealth University’s president, Michael Rao, on Saturday criticized the disruption of a speech at VCU last week by antiabortion...