U. of Ga. revises policy that limited speech to less than 1 percent of campus

Yes, Marquette’s plan to fire John McAdams is about free speech and academic freedom

South Carolina college denounces homosexuality after two volleyball players come out as gay

LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM? Housing for 15 alternative sexualities is OK, but men-only fraternities are not, Wesleyan University says

Rejected as ‘discriminatory’ and shunned from campuses, Christian clubs struggle

Three senior faculty attack Notre Dame’s granting of benefits to same-sex couples

Top university could remove tribute to Lord Carey after protest

US professor suspended for defending free speech

My women’s studies seminar

Wesleyan fraternity sues University after being forced to accept women

Congratulating Wesleyan

Students speak up on free speech

The University of Michigan’s tolerance problem

Professor: universities should treat students as children, limit their free speech

Committee of the Kansas Board of Regents to study implications of same-sex marriage

‘Uncomfortable’ students call for ban on Bibles

Why Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be all about sex (week)

Bill to let college clubs pick leaders’ religion fails

From campus bullies to empty churches

Marquette moves to fire tenured conservative professor for blog post

Court says religious non-profits need not identify their insurers to HHS

Gordon College states its case

No contraception mandate for Christian ministry

College freshmen are leaning away from religion

S.C. Republicans to colleges: Don’t interfere with with campus religious groups

How to revive the American dream in blue-collar America

Religious college presidents agree on ‘calling’ and common threats to their schools

The persecution of Gordon College

Students, FIRE go four-for-four as Ohio U. settles speech code lawsuit

Uni free speech threatened by ‘anti-terror’ plans – top QC

Activists have freedom to distribute fliers on college campus, federal court rules

Here come the Irish: Notre Dame marches for life

Illinois Bible Colleges sue to get state to grant students full degrees

Why pro-life students deserve our support and gratitude

The cross examined college prep course

At issue: State regulation of a religious program

Illinois Bible colleges file legal challenge for right to issue degrees to students

Duke vs. Franklin Graham: Which Christian spaces are off-limits to Muslim worship?

Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf named Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor University

Illinois Bible colleges sue for right to issue degrees

Jessica didn’t need someone to debate her on abortion that day, she needed someone to love her

Duke University moves Muslim chant, call to prayer outside following outcry

Duke won’t broadcast Muslim call to prayer after all

University of Chicago’s new free speech policy actually protects free speech

    Tech Dirt: Free speech and higher education seem to be at odds. The notion of expanding minds, exposing prejudices and encouraging critical thinking has taken a backseat to a bizarre “offense-free” ideal in recent years, something that can partially be traced back to our own government’s insertion into the (stunted) conversation. Tying federal funding to sexual harassment policies is definitely part of the problem. The other part appears to be a misguided thought process that equates inclusion with the elimination of any speech that might negatively affect someone. Rather than actually deal with speech issues on a case-by-case basis, universities have instead enacted broadly-written bans on campus speech.

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I am not Charlie Hebdo

The freedom to be a Christian college

‘Huge Victory,’ ‘Opportunity’ for religious colleges in labor board’s ruling

Marquette professor banned from campus after criticizing classroom same-sex marriage discussion

Marquette University suspends professor for conservative blog

Behaving badly at Marquette University

Christian colleges vs. hookup culture

    Christianity Today: American college campuses are dangerous places. On our campuses, women are sexually assaulted in alarming numbers. Men are being hauled before campus sex tribunals, many of which lack any semblance of due process. United Educators, an insurance company owned by 1,160 member colleges and universities, reported that between 2006 and 2010, student-perpetrated sexual assault cases cost $36 million in losses to its member schools. Accusing students and accused students sue their schools in almost equal numbers.

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Unfree speech on campus

Catholic higher education in ruins

Helping moms be moms

Planned Parenthood exposed at UNC

Wheaton’s “gay celibate Christian”

Dear pregnant student: Don’t be afraid

Cardiff University students back free speech on abortion

80% of Planned Parenthood abortion clinics located near college or university

Pro-life group launches new resource for pregnant college students

7th Circuit to hear Christian colleges’ case against abortion-pill mandate

Student has no right to discuss same-sex marriage in Marquette ethics class?

Millennials miss the mark on free speech

FIRE, ADF file ‘amici’ brief in Eighth Circuit for student expelled for Facebook posts

Free speech is so last century. Today’s students want the ‘right to be comfortable’

Student pressure shuts down Oxford abortion debate

Oxford students shut down abortion debate. Free speech is under assault on campus