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As they reel from revenue losses connected to the pandemic, many colleges and universities are racking up other costs not likely to turn up in their glossy brochures or as line items on staggering tuition bills: untold millions of dollars in legal fees and settlements for allegedly violating the rights of students, professors, and applicants on free speech, admissions and other matters as the schools pursue social justice causes.

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Boston University and Boston College, two private schools in Massachusetts’s capital city, both rank in the nation’s top 50 colleges and universities, according to U.S. News and World Report. However, new survey data from RealClearEducation, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), and the research firm College Pulse shows both Boston schools are among the nation’s worst for free speech on campus.