Author and law professor Catherine Ross spoke at the Newseum about conversations related to her new book, "Lessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students’ First Amendment Rights."
72 feminist and civil rights organizations recently submitted a letter to the Department of Education asking it to issue guidance to universities regarding anonymous harassment on social media.
In its recent revision of the Rules of Conduct, Columbia University has been debating what kind of protections student journalists should receive when covering protests.
The New Jersey adviser was dismissed and journalism courses at the school were canceled after a year-long battle with the principal over prior review and censorship.
Students and groups across the country are fighting for access to records from universities' nonprofit foundations.
The proposal has sparked a debate between public access advocates and record-keepers.
A recent decision said that a state agency does not have to release documents with sensitive information, even if the exempted information is redacted.
After an outcry, the district officials have since apologized and promised to make sure it wouldn't happen again.
The stolen issues had a point/counter-point set of editorials about participating in sorority rush.
A nonprofit group had filed against the newsroom, arguing that it's a conflict of interest for an adjunct professor to host her news site at a university for essentially free.