Legislation that would bring four colleges in Pennsylvania under the same open records laws as other government agencies has stalled as the state legislature’s session nears its close.
Students at Armstrong Atlantic University confessed to stealing copies of the student newspaper after a front-page photo depicted them fighting at an event Tuesday night, the paper’s editor says.
Freshmen guides produced by Oregon State’s newspaper were removed from a campus dining hall due to a backlash against the guide’s cover and an article inside about alcohol.
For posting comments on Facebook about shooting President Obama, Miami Dade College student Joaquin Serrapio was sentenced to probation and 250 hours of community service earlier this year.
An Illinois community college student is suing his college, claiming its bulletin board posting policy violates the First Amendment.
New York police arrested a student journalist Monday who was covering the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
East Carolina University has hired its second interim adviser and is still searching for a full-time student media director to replace the one it fired in January.
The four former students who unsuccessfully sued a Washington school district over a student newspaper article about students’ promiscuity have filed a petition for appeal to the Washington Supreme Court.
A federal judge upheld a Virginia ban on advertisements for alcohol in college papers last week, finding that the government’s goal in fighting underage drinking outweighs newspapers’ First Amendment right to publish alcohol advertising.
The Georgia State student newspaper’s attempt to add off-campus newspaper boxes downtown has been delayed by Atlanta officials because the boxes do not comply with the city’s ordinances.