October 5, 2022

Free speech in universities: new data reveals student and public perceptions – King’s College London News Centre

There is strong agreement among students that their university is protecting freedom of expression and robust debate, as […]
August 5, 2022

Dysfunction in the Ivy League – American Council of Trustees and Alumni

Despite enormous endowments and surging numbers of applicants, all is not well in the Ivy League. Next year, […]
July 18, 2022

Students reveal ‘forbidden lessons’ taught at anti-woke University of Austin – New York Post

The New York Post published an article discussing UATX’s (aka the University of Austin) recent summer school, at […]
July 14, 2022

The New Founders America Needs – Bari Weiss on UATX and Ayaan Hirsi Ali

There are nearly 4,000 universities in the United States. Many of them have massive endowments and histories that […]
June 27, 2022

AHA Founder Ayaan Hirsi Ali Teaches Young People About Free Speech and Critical Thinking at UATX Forbidden Courses Summer Program in Dallas, Texas

Published 7/6/2022 In June, our Founder Ayaan Hirsi Ali taught a class about free speech and critical thinking […]
April 22, 2022

Peter Boghossian on his Reverse Q&A tour and fighting illiberalism in academia: “Abysmal. That’s the one-word description of the state of free speech on college campuses.”

Published 5/3/2022 Until last September, Peter Boghossian was an assistant professor of philosophy at Portland State University. Faced […]
February 24, 2022

Free speech survey indicates shortcomings across Iowa universities – The Gazette

A quarter of students across Iowa’s public universities who responded to a free-speech survey in the fall disagreed […]
April 4, 2019

Prescriptive Racialism and Racial Exclusion – Quillette

The crowd outside the auditorium was growing larger and louder. Controversy had arisen over the “Panel on Religious […]
June 22, 2018

Can Heterodoxy Save the Academy? – Quillette

“When we decided to do a conference, we weren’t sure if we would get 25 people in the […]
May 3, 2018

Psychology and Free Speech – Inside Higher Ed

In this op-ed Wendy Williams and Stephen Ceci dive into discussion about controversial topics on college campuses that […]