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How Not to Do Public Discourse

A program on civic virtue at UNC-Chapel Hill is raising concerns about secrecy and funding.

‘Hijacking’ Free Speech

Author argues in new book that conservatives have abused the concept of free expression on college campuses.

Campus Officers' ‘Offensive’ Online Posts Prompt Mass Firings

Hampton University fired nine police officers for posting offensive, racist and misogynistic material on social media. Experts say the social media activities of campus officers and other law enforcement officials are under heightened scrutiny.

Even ‘Offensive’ Publications Have Free Press Rights

Appeals court reinstates humor publication's lawsuit alleging that UC San Diego violated its free press and free speech rights by barring access to funds after condemning the publication as "repugnant."

‘Panic Attack’ on Campus Radicals

New book offers a critique of the campus left and Title IX rules.

Speaking Out in the Classroom

New survey from Gallup finds that women are less likely than men to feel comfortable sharing views in the classroom that may conflict with their peers' opinions.

A Different Sort of Speech Suppression

Student journalists at Transylvania University are up in arms after administrators took away their pay.

Pro-Israel Student Group ‘Silenced’ at Williams

The student government at Williams College drew the ire of the college president and national organizations for rejecting official recognition of a student group supportive of Israel.