NAS policy director Rachelle Peterson submits written testimony to the United Kingdom on Confucius Institutes.
Spiked releases a report on Free Speech University Rankings.
A University of New Hamphsire guide to "bias-free language" is more concerned with words than with what really matters.
George Mason University law professor Todd Zywicki writes for the John William Pope Center about his attempt at eradicating his school's speech code.
Free speech clashes with the safe space movement at Stanford University.
Many college campuses have implemented "free speech zones," but these zones do anything but protect free speech.
At many universities, students have shot down speakers who announce differing opinions. By doing so, they undermine their own intellectual development.
Amherst College president Carolyn Martin stands tall in defense of free expression.
Do we need a new federal agency to make college campuses safer?
OCR continues to get its lumps from all quarters.
Greg Lukianoff describes the numbing censorship imposed by the new federal guidelines.
The Department of Justice embraces OCR's censorious harassment code.
Collegiate press regulars examine the limits of their trade: freedom of speech and press.
FIRE presents its list of the 12 most repressive campuses for freedom of speech.
Is the use of inclusive use of the masculine singular pronoun grounds for accusations of sexual harassment? It was at CSU-Chico till FIRE ridiculed them with "Speech Code of the Year."
Harvey Silverglate is running for Harvard
Sexual harassment codes - codes that often infringe on faculty rights and that poison collegiality on campus - are making a comeback.