A conservative professor’s long quest for justice ends in victory

Final Victory: UNCW won’t appeal ruling in favor of professor denied promotion for his views

What happens when society rejects a faith-based moral standard?

Christian college may lose federal funding over letter to Obama

What’s next for baker who refused to make cake for same-sex wedding?

All knowledge starts somewhere in faith – Wheaton responds to “The Great Accreditation Farce”

Christian colleges like Wheaton should not get accredited because they undermine purpose of higher ed, says UPenn Professor

Accreditation and religious colleges

    First Things: Of all the bones to pick with contemporary American higher education—and there are many—the University of Pennsylvania’s Peter Conn has decided to call our attention to what he calls “The Great Accreditation Farce.” For him, the farce is that regional accreditors—who hold the keys to all-important federal student aid—actually display a modicum of respect for the distinctive missions of America’s religiously-affiliated colleges.

  • Posted: 07/02/2014
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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Bowdoin College encourages non-Christians to lead Christian groups

After denying promotion to conservative prof, UNC must pay his $700k legal tab

Costs mount for NC school in discrimination case

University must pay $700,000 legal bill for retaliating against Christian prof

UNCW criminology professor wins case, UNCW to pay $700,000+ in legal fees

Judge rules UNCW must pay professor $700,000 for legal fees

University sticks taxpayers with $700,000 bill for retaliating against conservative professor

Colleges and evangelicals collide on bias policy

Va. Christian student wins free speech lawsuit; 23 college campuses agree to change policy

Biblical viewpoint grounds for discrimination? UNCW thinks so

Lawsuit results in speech policy changes at VA community colleges

North Carolina House passes bill protecting students’ rights to religious expression

First Amendment under siege on campus

ADF lawsuit results in speech policy changes at 23 Va. college campuses

Student sues university over ‘Mother God’ flyers

Education lacks free speech tolerance

In higher education, low tolerance for free speech

In higher education, low tolerance for free speech

University appeals bias ruling for conservative prof

Same-sex military spouses get in-state UNC tuition

Administrators declare university policy trumps U.S. Constitution

Why is there no support for pregnant college students who reject abortion?

Federal judge grants Cornerstone temporary relief from Affordable Care Act birth control mandate

On campuses, the continuing struggle against ignorance – and arrogance

Christian colleges win injunction against Obamacare

Public university forbids criticizing religious group as a cult

Federal judge rules Christian colleges don’t have to comply with Obamacare contraception mandate

Cameron University faces lawsuit over flyers

Dordt College exempted from contraceptive mandate

Court blocks birth control mandate for two Christian colleges

First round freedom win for Dordt College and Cornerstone University against HHS mandate

It’s time to end public university speech zones

“Free to be a jerk” – Slate agrees that academic freedom is important

Dordt College wins first round against HHS mandate

Judge: Obama admin can’t force Christian colleges to obey HHS Mandate

First round freedom win for Iowa, Mich. Christian colleges against HHS mandate

Bill of Rights “don’t exist on school’s campus”

Cameron Univ. official: University policy trumps First Amendment

Notre Dame uses cops to shut down students’ traditional marriage table

University reverses professor’s ban on thanking God at graduation

UGA faces accusation it is limiting free speech

Clemson: Freedom from Religion group misconstrued facts

Catholic group’s pro-marriage table removed from Notre Dame campus

Professor calls for destruction of student-run newspaper, University turns a blind eye

University of Hawaii students prevented from distributing copies of U.S. Constitution

Clemson football coach lives out faith, under scrutiny

Winthrop University students put wire hangers into lawn to ridicule pro-life efforts

ACLJ files lawsuit on behalf of student denied admission due to religious beliefs

Yale to open on-campus ministry center, will host Bible studies and prayer meetings

Pro-life display vandalized at George Washington University

The closing of the academic mind

    M.G. Oprea at The Federalist: “Unfortunately, this is already a reality in most universities across America, where academics and university administrators alike are trying, often successfully, to discredit and prohibit certain ideas and ways of thinking. Particularly in the humanities, many ideas are no longer considered legitimate, and debate over them is de facto non-existent. In order to delegitimize researchers who are out of line, academics brand them with one of several terms that have emerged from social science theory.”

  • Posted: 04/21/2014
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: thefederalist.com

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Choose Life at Yale denied Dwight Hall membership, funds

Va. community colleges relax speech restrictions

No legal recourse for Gallaudet University official demoted because she signed anti-same-sex-marriage petition

Va. college system eliminates “free speech zones”

Settlement sought in free speech case by Christian student at TNCC | Daily Press

Atheist group accuses Clemson football program of “Christian worship”