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Past articles by Rachel:

Rider University to Amend Bill Targeting Hate Speech

The Rider University intends to amend a bill targeting hate speech, after students expressed concern it could be wielded to silence conservative voices. → Read More

Rensselaer Evades Student, Media Questions About Campus Expression

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has evaded questions about campus policy and student expression after being confronted about an claim of eminent domain. → Read More

Harvard to 'Blacklist' Single-Gender Social Groups

The Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted this week to include in the student handbook penalties for membership in single-gender social groups. → Read More

University in Upstate New York Forces Activists Off Public Property by Claiming Eminent Domain

A private university in upstate New York has been charged with yet another incident of censoring student expression. → Read More

ASU Sued Over 'No Boycott of Israel' Clause in Speaker Agreement

ASU has been hit with a federal lawsuit after it required an invited speaker to affirm his opposition to anti-Israel boycott, divestment, and sanctions. → Read More

Harvard Sanctions Christian Student Group for Adhering to Religious Principles

A Christian student group at Harvard University has faced severe sanctions over the last week in retaliation for its adherence to religious principles. → Read More

SFSU President Apologies for Failing Jewish Students

The president of San Francisco State University issued a public apology last week for failing Jewish students, in the face of a civil rights lawsuit. → Read More

Florida Bill Abolishing Free Speech Zones on Campus Fails

A bill abolishing "free speech zones" on campus failed in the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee last week. → Read More

U. Minnesota Threatened With Lawsuit for Refusing to Host Ben Shapiro at Central Campus Venue

The University of Minnesota has been threatened with a lawsuit for refusing to host conservative Ben Shapiro at a central campus venue. → Read More

U. Vermont Students Demand Administrators Resign Over Failure to Meet Diversity Demands

​U. Vermont​ students are demanding top administrators resign over the college's failure to meet student demands for diversity initiatives → Read More

Anti-Trump Artwork Rejected by College for Being 'Too Controversial'

A public university has been accused of abandoning its First Amendment responsibilities after an anti-Trump submission to an art show was rejected. → Read More

High School, College Students Call for Stricter Gun Control

A national protest calling for stricter gun control legislation has been organized for next month in the wake of the Florida school shooting. → Read More

Legal Scholars Call on Universities to Reform 'Victim-Centered' Sexual Misconduct Policies

Legal scholars have signed a letter calling on universities to reform policies governing sexual misconduct allegations with a renewed focus on due process. → Read More

Jewish Orgs Denounce University of British Columbia Student Clubs for Promoting Conspiracy Theories About Jews

Clubs at University of British Columbia have been denounced as promoting the "kinds of racist conspiracy theories that helped inspire the Holocaust." → Read More

Students Disappointed After Harvard Names Another White Male as President

Harvard's selection of Lawrence Bacow as its new president has been met with disappointment and frustration from those who hoped to see a person of color → Read More

University of Minnesota Consistently Fails to Discipline Those Who Disrupt Conservative Speeches

U. Minnesota has consistently failed to discipline disrupters of conservative programming, including in its handling of an upcoming Ben Shapiro event, → Read More

Two Public Universities Canceled Events with Right-Wing, Religious Speakers This Month

Two public universities canceled events this month after drawing heat for giving controversial right-wing and religious speakers a platform. → Read More

Rutgers Finally Removed Lecturer Who Represented Assad's Regime at the UN

Rutgers University announced it no longer employs the former Syrian diplomat who represented President Bashar al-Assad's bloody regime in the UN. → Read More

George Washington to Implement Mandatory Diversity Training

A picture on social media of a banana peel taken in a GW University sorority house has led to a raft of diversity initiatives by the administration. → Read More

Mila Kunis Pressured Harvard's All-Male Comedic Theater Troupe Into Accepting Female Performers

Actress Mila Kunis personally appealed to Harvard University’s historically all-male comedic theater troupe to go co-ed. → Read More