Student editors have suspended the opinion sectionof the University of Colorado's online student paper, the Campus Press,following a public backlash over a student column titled "If it's war the Asianswant... It's war they'll get."
Members of the Vanderbilt Student Communications Board voted Tuesday to fire the editor in chief of the student newspaper for falsifying information in a Feb. 8 article.
The editor in chief and two other editors at LewisUniversity's student paper, The Flyer, resigned today amid disagreementswith school administrators over control of content.
Berry College officials are investigating the university's cheerleading squad for stealing about 900 copies of the student newspaper on Feb. 7.
More than 2,000 copies of the Feb. 6 edition of thestudent paper at the State University of New York at Brockport were stolen overa period of five days.
Drew University officials are investigating the theft of about 2,400 copies of the Feb. 1 edition of the student newspaper.
About 1,000 of the 1,300 copies of WashingtonCollege's weekly student paper, The Elm, were stolen Friday morning.
A proposed policy at the University of Michiganthat would limit the distribution of student publications in many campusbuildings has some students worried the policy will infringe on their freespeech rights.
A student filed a lawsuit against Louisiana State University on Jan. 31, alleging the school's handling of a harassment investigation violated his rights to free speech, due process of law, and privacy under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
The wheels are once again in motion forGeorgetown's student newspaper The Hoya to become independent from theuniversity.