A video incorrectly subtitled by a college newspaper led to the forced resignation of Ted Cruz's spokesman amid a scuffle between GOP hopefuls Cruz and Rubio.
The DePauw's editor-in-chief was fired by the paper's advisers after she wrote a column for a national news site defending the subjects of a news story she had previously covered.
Maryland and Illinois are the fifth and sixth states to introduce student press freedom legislation in recent months.
After the university president was quoted by the student newspaper as comparing freshmen to bunnies who need "a Glock to their heads," prompting national criticism, the adviser and a tenured professor were fired.
SPLC's Adam Goldstein discusses the First Amendment and threats on free speech in K-12 schools and college campuses with Baylor University President Ken Starr.
A high school newspaper accused administrators of unlawfully picking students to serve on an advisory committee, instead of opening up the positions to a student election.
The principal who allowed the issue to be published was suspended for three days without pay and the newspaper adviser was given a formal reprimand after the student newspaper containing topless photos and explicit language was printed.
Some public access advocates are worried that the bill simply echoes the requirements set by the federal Clery Act instead of advancing transparency in private universities' police forces.
Most of the testimony was supportive of enacting New Voices legislation in Washington state to protect student journalists at both high schools and colleges from administrative censorship.
The association has asked students and coaches to refrain from chanting "unsportsmanlike" jeers during school games. A student athlete was suspended for five games for tweeting a criticism of the guidelines.