The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case challenging Virginia's ban on alcohol-related advertising in college newspapers.
Author: James Heggen
N.C. Central student newspapers turn up missing
Several hundred copies of the student newspaper at North Carolina Central University were trashed this semester after the paper published two controversial stories.
Thousands of copies of FAU paper dumped
About 2,000 copies of the student newspaper at Florida Atlantic University were taken from their bins and thrown into the trash early last week.
N.Y. college student may face discipline for anonymous recipe
A Bard College student may face disciplinarycharges after an article on his publication's website made crude remarksabout a female student.
Future of Vanderbilt student radio station unclear
The decision whether to sell the broadcast license forVanderbilt University's student radio station has been put on hold.
Rice finalizes sale of radio station; Students hire legal counsel
Rice University on Wednesday finalized the sale of itsstudent radio station, KTRU, to the University of Houston.
Professor's suit against private Chicago student paper seeks thousands in damages
A former professor at the University of Illinois atChicago filed a defamation lawsuit Friday over an article that ran in thestudent newspaper, The Flame.
N.C. university shuts down student newspaper after plagiarism accusation
Western Carolina University's studentnewspaper is back in business after the university temporarily shut it down.
Editor fired at privately-owned Chicago student newspaper
A privately owned student newspaper at theUniversity of Illinois at Chicago fired its news editor after she wrote aneditorial criticizing the bookstore and objected to the paper's decisionnot to publish a story.
Southwestern College, student newspaper reach one-time printing agreement
The Southwestern College student newspaper hascome to an agreement with the college to resume printing, but not before thepaper missed its first issue.