The campaign for 'free speech on campus' mimics US and UK tactics of using a manufactured crisis to further the goal of increasing conservative political influence in universities.
A lot of the pressure that leads college students to keep their views to themselves comes from other students, not faculty, new research shows.
The majority of students from China come to Australia to learn English and be exposed to a different culture. This helps them get a competitive edge over graduates in their home country.
As more states move pass laws that deal with free speech on campus, a higher education scholar asks if they are moving in the right direction.
Though largely political and symbolic, the campus free speech order that President Trump issued matters because it ties millions of federal research dollars to how well colleges protect free speech.
Glyn Davis lays out the evidence (or lack thereof) for the argument that free speech on campuses is at risk.
Is controversy extremist? The Charity Commission seems to think so.
The Ford government in Ontario is taking aim at free speech on the province's campuses. But is it addressing a problem that doesn't exist?