Two faculty advisers in the media department at Wayne State College have been removed from their positions.
A petition has been filed asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether security videos should be classified as educational records under federal law.
State legislators have re-introduced a bill that would prohibit school districts and public universities from authorizing prior restraint of school-sponsored media.
The New York Senate passed a bill last month that would ban funding for student groups which encourage hate speech.
A student at the University of Missouri said his First Amendment rights were violated when the university refused to approve a T-shirt design for a campus organization he’s involved with.
The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday ruled against a newspaper seeking names of students who lost their football scholarships at Alabama State University.
A Florida District Court of Appeals on Monday denied a motion for rehearing submitted by the University of Central Florida in an open records case filed against the university.
A bill introduced to the state Senate June 15 would require more transparency on the part of the Board of Trustees committees at the University of Delaware and Delaware State University.
The University of Kentucky has violated state open records laws twice within the last year, according to opinions from the Office of the Attorney General.
A student news organization filed its third lawsuit against the University of Central Florida last month after the student government budget committee met and discussed the organization’s multi-million dollar budget in secret and did not comply with open records requests, according to the complaint.