Advertisements are an economic necessity for many student newspapers, but when their content is controversial, student editors may wonder whether the revenue is worth the headache.
A confusingly worded federal law has many schools worried about the amount of student information they can legally put on their Web sites.
Chapman University is investigating the theft of about 2,200 copies ofthe student newspaper The Panther.
Butler University dropped a libel lawsuit against an anonymous blogger but ispursuing disciplinary action against him.
Police at Vincennes University in Vincennes, Ind. are investigating the theft of nearly2,000 copies of the student newspaper from on and off-campus distributionsites.
The president of Butler University is defending the university's decision tofile a lawsuit against a blogger they claimed had repeatedly libeled twoadministrators.
University of New Hampshire officials areinvestigating the theft of more than 4,000 copies of the student newspaper lastweek.
A free speech group blames "a culture of fear" at Bucknell Universityfor the student newspaper's refusal to run an ad criticizing theuniversity.
The University at Buffalo's student-run,alternative magazine, Generation, ceased publication after astudent-government-owned company suspended its charter for the second time thisyear.
As part of a university-wide effort to "go green,"members of the Student Congress at University of Texas at Arlington haveproposed a plan that if passed could result in a loss of revenue and readers forthe university's student newspaper.