BlogWhy Is Academic Freedom Important?
Peter Wood has an interesting article today in the Chronicle of Higher Education discussing the AAUP's efforts to encourage faculty advocacy in the classroom. (4/19/2020)
BlogThese Troubling Studies Show Why It’s Important that College Students Understand the Constitution
A recent survey found that as many as one in five college students think it’s okay to incite violence against a speaker if they say “offensive or hurtful things.” (4/20/2020)
BlogThree Reasons My Student Group Is Suing My School
I want to explain the reasoning behind the litigation and the need for students to stand up for what is right. (4/20/2020)
BlogWhy the University Must Be a “Marketplace of Ideas”
If those exiting college do not value the First Amendment, where will that leave our society? (4/20/2020)
BlogThis Student Group Was Denied Recognition – But It Didn’t Take “No” for an Answer
College administrators cannot arbitrarily determine that one student group is too similar to another group and deny that student group access to funds on that basis. (4/20/2020)
BlogHow One University is Trying to Silence Student Speech
Christian and conservative students should never be punished for expressing their beliefs, and that’s why ADF is challenging an unconstitutional Iowa State University policy. (4/20/2020)
BlogThis Professor Was Demoted and Later Effectively Fired for Expressing His Views
Instead of encouraging debate and discussion on contentious issues, the University of Louisville has made it clear: Only one viewpoint is welcome. (4/20/2020)
BlogCan Free Speech Be Limited to Only One Hour a Day?
With help from Alliance Defending Freedom, the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at UMass Amherst filed a lawsuit against the university today. (4/20/2020)