Campus Reform: Lumberjacks in Arizona sure are touchy these days
A series of incidents at Northern Arizona University and other colleges around the country demonstrate academia's hostility to conservative beliefs.
Teens ask PA school to affirm freedom of speech after official berates them
ADF is representing teenagers after the incident captured in this video occurred on a public sidewalk outside Downingtown STEM Academy.
Iowa State changes policy that said free speech can be punished as ‘harassment’
Iowa State University had unconstitutional policies which expressly warned that “engaging in First Amendment protected speech activities” may be punished as “harassment.”
ADF updates House subcommittee on First Amendment violations at public universities
Letter provides recent examples, identifies four common ways university policies restrict free expression.
ADF offers to help Kentucky colleges, universities comply with new ‘Charlie Brown law’
ADF’s latest pro bono legal initiative begins with a letter to Bluegrass State schools in the wake of a new state law that protects students’ free speech.
Student sues PA school for sexual harassment, violation of personal privacy
A high school student and his parents sued the Boyertown Area School District Tuesday for intentionally exposing him an undressed female student.
Follow the real March Madness with ADF ‘Bracket of Shame’
ADF Center for Academic Freedom brackets NCAA Tournament universities based on level of respect for free speech.
ADF, YAF, and Ben Shapiro file free speech suit against CSULA
A federal lawsuit will be filed against CSULA, as well as several professors, regarding attempts to censor, restrict, and inhibit student speech.