Many of the losers — students, alumni, local citizens — are people whose brilliance will go unnoticed without an opportunity to skillfully argue for what they believe. That’s why I’ve always invited controversial speakers to my campus.
You don’t have the right to say whatever you want on a college campus.
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The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a champion of First Amendment rights, has gained new prominence as campus controversies spread. Yet FIRE has also found itself in the cross hairs of increasingly fraught debates.
If the journals and calendars aren’t working, it’s time to identify your particular time-use problem.
How should universities respond to public attacks on their professors?
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Business is booming right under colleges’ noses. It’s not just papers and assignments anymore. Now it’s the whole course.