Three students at Findlay University in Findlay,Ohio, were seen on campus security cameras taking stacks of issues of ThePulse, the university's student-run weekly newspaper, campus securityand the newspaper said.Students Kelsey Wesaw, Caitlyn Yoder and SarahFrankart -- members of the school's volleyball team -- arealleged to have taken the newspaper in response to an article about anoff-campus fight involving two other members of the team, The Pulse reported in its Oct. 18 issue.
After three years in the courts, OccidentalCollege and former student radio show host Jason Antebi reached a settlement inAntebi's case -- which alleged that college officials defamed him and that the college violated his free-speech rights by firing him -- theFoundation for Individual Rights in Education announced in an Oct. 19 press release. The exact terms of the settlement were not disclosed, but Stuart Tochner, outside counsel for Occidental, told the Los Angeles Daily News that the settlement was for a nominal sum, and that Occidental admitted no wrongdoing.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) signed into lawFriday a bill designed to open to public scrutiny the way state universities setcompensation packages for their top officials.The Higher EducationGovernance Accountability Act, introduced by Senator Leland Yee (D-SanFrancisco/San Mateo), will require executive payment packages at the CaliforniaState University system and the University of California system to be voted onin an open session by their respective boards of regents.
Two weeks and two board meetings after printing an editorial saying "Taser This ... Fuck Bush," the editor in chief at The Rocky Mountain Collegian can rest assured that he will keep his job.
Administrators at Grambling State University on Friday ordered the student newspaper to take down an article and photos about an anti-racism lesson -- including a photo depicting an elementary student with a makeshift noose around her neck.
When staff at Shepherd University's The Picket heard two of the school's football players had been arrested on drug charges, they knew it was going to be a big story. But their article would never reach most of their readers.
A column about the Jena Six case in Louisiana might have led to the theft of thousands of issues of the University of Central Missouri’s The Muleskinner, the newspaper’s managing editor said Tuesday.
A lawsuit over road signs supporting abortion rights ended with Rhode Island College paying $11,350 and clarifying its signage policy as part of a settlement announced Tuesday.
COLORADO -- Friday's staff editorial at Colorado State University's The Rocky Mountain Collegian was four words long, written in all capital letters and large type.
MISSOURI -- After a brief hiatus, Ozarks Technical Community College’s student newspaper will resume publication with a promise from college president Hal Higdon to remain “hands off” regarding editorial content.