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First Amendment

Read: Univ.  of Colorado Updates Policies on Academic and Speech Freedoms

Univ. of Colorado Updates Policies on Academic and Speech Freedoms

The University of Colorado board of regents unanimously voted to pass policies regarding free speech and academic freedoms on campus.

Read: 7 Arrested as Protesters Clash Over Silent Sam Statue Removal

7 Arrested as Protesters Clash Over Silent Sam Statue Removal

Skirmishes broke out at UNC-Chapel Hill between protesters on both sides of the Silent Sam confederate monument removal controversy.

Read: How Colleges Can Refine Their Student Social Media Policies to Curb Harassment

How Colleges Can Refine Their Student Social Media Policies to Curb Harassment

Student code of conduct policies should align with court precedent on social media harassment.

Read: Yiannopoulos to Return to Cal Poly, Increased Security Expected

Yiannopoulos to Return to Cal Poly, Increased Security Expected

Cal Poly spent an estimated $55,000 on security for a January 2017 appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos, which resulted in no arrests or violent altercations.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Returns to the Lone Star State

Campus Safety Conference Returns to the Lone Star State

This summer’s Campus Safety Conference Texas will address a wide range of vital K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including hurricane response and recovery, protests, threat assessments, active shooters, emergency notification, sexual assault, Clery compliance and more.

Read: Richard Spencer Supporter Sues Univ. of Cincinnati Over Security Fees

Richard Spencer Supporter Sues Univ. of Cincinnati Over Security Fees

The man who filed the lawsuit claims the University of Cincinnati is violating Richard Spencer’s right to free speech.

Read: 2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

The report also found only 7.6 percent of surveyed schools have policies that do not seriously threaten the First Amendment rights of its individuals.

Read: Public Colleges Restricting Media Access Raises Free Speech Concerns

Public Colleges Restricting Media Access Raises Free Speech Concerns

Three recent incidents on CUNY campuses where journalists were detained or denied access raise concerns of free speech and student rights.

Read: FAU Wins Lawsuit Against Ex-Professor Who Called Sandy Hook a Hoax

FAU Wins Lawsuit Against Ex-Professor Who Called Sandy Hook a Hoax

James Tracy’s lawsuit claimed FAU officials violated his First Amendment Rights by firing him for writing a controversial Sandy Hook conspiracy theory blog.

Read: UC Berkeley’s ‘Free Speech Week’ Canceled by Student Group

UC Berkeley’s ‘Free Speech Week’ Canceled by Student Group

Despite the event’s cancellation, conservative media personality Milo Yiannopoulos made an appearance at the university on Sunday.

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