A bill that would explicitly prohibit prior restraint and other forms of censorship of the college press is now sitting on California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's desk, having passed the state Senate by a 31-2 vote on August 10.
College student journalists need to flex their FirstAmendment muscle. At least that's what one national journalismorganization is saying, and its members are trying to spread theword.
Central Washington University has recommended that county prosecutors seekcriminal charges against a student for taking the student newspaper, a collegespokeswoman said today.
Astudent journalist's father is accusing his daughter's school ofbreaking the law after the school newspaper published articles aboutsex.
The student newspaper at Michigan State University filed a lawsuit Friday to gain access to a campus police incident report of an alleged Feb. 23 assault on campus.
Astudent editor at Johns Hopkins University said around 900 copies of hisindependent, conservative publication went missing shortly after they weredistributed May 13.
Police arrested a high school student at school last Friday after he allegedlyput the face of the school's athletic director on a sexually suggestiveliquor poster and tacked the poster on a school bulletin board.
Astudent magazine editor said he is considering his legal options after schoolofficials censored content in a teen pregnancy story that ran earlier thismonth.
Three student journalists filed a lawsuit against Ocean County College andseveral administrators Wednesday claiming their First Amendment rights tofreedom of speech and the press have been violated.
More than 2,500 copies of an Illinois college student newspaper containing thecartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad were stolen onFriday.