N.D. lawmaker wants investigation into Ten Commandments suit
State legislator objects to University of North Dakota's use of public funds for federal lawsuit against city of Fargo. 08.26.03

Colorado educators worry academic bill of rights hurts free speech
Rules to protect conservative views on state campuses have led to death threats, critics argue; Republicans counter saying classroom conservatives still being harassed. 09.10.04

N.C. college instructor suspended for showing Moore's film
Community college says showing only 'Fahrenheit 9/11' was too one-sided to foster critical thinking. 11.27.04

University of Colorado explores dismissing outspoken professor
Interim chancellor launches 30-day review of Ward Churchill's speeches, writings to determine if his comments about 9/11 victims overstepped boundaries of academic freedom. 02.04.05

Arkansas university campus disinvites political writer
Faculty at different Arkansas State University campus seeks to invite David Corn there to uphold academic freedom. 04.21.05

Free-speech compromise reached on Ohio academic freedom
Legislature would defer passing academic 'bill of rights' in favor of resolution by state higher ed council. 09.15.05

Faculty committee finds fault with controversial professor
University of Colorado panel says Ward Churchill repeatedly fabricated research, plagiarized others' work, veered from basic principles of scholarship. 05.20.06

U. of Wis. to allow controversial instructor to teach
Part-timer who claims U.S. government orchestrated Sept. 11 attacks will teach course on Islam. 07.11.06

Beleaguered U. of Colo. professor vows to fight dismissal
Attorney for Ward Churchill says client was targeted for remarks about Sept. 11 victims; First Amendment lawsuit to be filed today. 07.25.07

2nd Circuit: Military-recruiting law doesn't violate academic freedom
Yale Law School, which objects to Pentagon's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy, says it will end ban on military recruiters after losing case. 09.20.07

N.D. lawmaker wants investigation into Ten Commandments suit
State legislator objects to University of North Dakota's use of public funds for federal lawsuit against city of Fargo. 08.26.03

Colorado educators worry academic bill of rights hurts free speech
Rules to protect conservative views on state campuses have led to death threats, critics argue; Republicans counter saying classroom conservatives still being harassed. 09.10.04

N.C. college instructor suspended for showing Moore's film
Community college says showing only 'Fahrenheit 9/11' was too one-sided to foster critical thinking. 11.27.04

University of Colorado explores dismissing outspoken professor
Interim chancellor launches 30-day review of Ward Churchill's speeches, writings to determine if his comments about 9/11 victims overstepped boundaries of academic freedom. 02.04.05

Arkansas university campus disinvites political writer
Faculty at different Arkansas State University campus seeks to invite David Corn there to uphold academic freedom. 04.21.05

Free-speech compromise reached on Ohio academic freedom
Legislature would defer passing academic 'bill of rights' in favor of resolution by state higher ed council. 09.15.05

Faculty committee finds fault with controversial professor
University of Colorado panel says Ward Churchill repeatedly fabricated research, plagiarized others' work, veered from basic principles of scholarship. 05.20.06

U. of Wis. to allow controversial instructor to teach
Part-timer who claims U.S. government orchestrated Sept. 11 attacks will teach course on Islam. 07.11.06

Beleaguered U. of Colo. professor vows to fight dismissal
Attorney for Ward Churchill says client was targeted for remarks about Sept. 11 victims; First Amendment lawsuit to be filed today. 07.25.07

2nd Circuit: Military-recruiting law doesn't violate academic freedom
Yale Law School, which objects to Pentagon's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy, says it will end ban on military recruiters after losing case. 09.20.07

Reflections by an academic-freedom pioneer
By David L. Hudson Jr. Forty years ago Harry Keyishian was lead plaintiff in Supreme Court case that established academic freedom as protected value. 09.26.07


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