The "Communist Manifesto" author's name donned a study room at the University of Florida since 2014, but officials said world events led to the name's removal.
Several University of Florida professors alleged they were told they couldn't testify in court because their testimony would conflict with the state government.
"To a certain extent, faculty often engaged in self-censorship and chose not to 'rock the boat' for fear of retaliation," the report said.
The complaint was filed against the school in its latest controversy regarding the academic freedoms of professors.
A House subcommittee is investigating after the school prevented three professors from testifying against a Florida voting law.
In a reversal Friday, the University of Florida announced that it would allow the professors to provide testimony as long as they did so on their own time and without using school resources.
The decision changes course from an earlier position that barred Dan Smith, Michael McDonald and Sharon Austin from giving expert testimony.
The school previously said that the testimony would go against the school's interest and relationship with Gov. Ron DeSantis.
The professors argue they're "being denied our constitutional right to free speech by the university."
"It's a dramatic spike, but it's not yet cause for alarm," Gavin Naylor, director of the Florida Museum of Natural History's shark research program, cautioned.
"Revall Burke—a Chicago, Illinois poll worker—died of COVID-19 two weeks after the state's primary election," Michael McDonald wrote on the list.
The latest cases include 14 junior residents and two senior residents from the University of Florida Health hospital.
"The burden of death due to firearm violence is a significant public health problem in the United States," wrote the authors of the study.
The settlement dates from the period spanning 900 to 1200 A.D.
Andrew Pollack, father of Parkland shooting victim, Meadow Pollack, voiced his objections over her image being used by the "March For Our Lives" movement, which was started by survivors of the same massacre.
Bringing Trump Jr. to campus showed that the school condoned the "proliferation of right-wing speech that [incentivizes] and empowers hatred," the group said.
Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle will receive $50,000 that is to be funded from student activity fees in next week's speech.
Study suggests weakening of the field resulted in reduced protection from UV rays, leading to mammalian extinctions on Earth.
The school tried to prevent Spencer's visit and was threatened with a lawsuit
Grier took an over the counter supplement.
Researchers capture video footage of lightning and thunder and create images from the acoustic data generated.