The sole journalism professor at Clark College in Vancouver, Wash., was denied tenure last week by the school's Board of Trustees, effectively firing her by June.
A University of Montana law professor upset over content in the campusnewspaper's sex column is calling on the paper to establish writtenguidelines for hiring and editorial decision-making.
In response to an editorial error, a person claiming to be an aggrieved reader gathered up more than 100 copies of Insight, a student magazine from the University of Nevada at Reno, and returned the magazines to the publication's office March 4.
A Los Angeles City College student, claiming his speech professor called him a "fascist bastard" during a presentation on his religious beliefs last fall, has teamed up with the Alliance Defense Fund in a lawsuit against district officials.
A South Carolina student newspaper inOrangeburg was pulled from the presses this week over an advertisement a schooladministrator deemed unfit for print.
A Senate bill introduced in Connecticut latelast month and scheduled for public hearing Friday marks another state'sattempt to fortify the legal protection of student publications eroded by theSupreme Court's Hazelwood decision.
The editor of Chicago State University'sstudent newspaper, who earlier this month filed suit against his school'sadministration alleging unlawful censorship, has now been told his paper willnot go to print this week.
Students, newspaper advisers, school board representatives, and First Amendment advocates filed into a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington yesterday to debate, for the third year in a row, the merits of student free press legislation in their state.
An Illinois college newspaper editor and his paper's former adviser have filed suit against members of the college administration in Illinois district court, demanding the adviser's reinstatement and an end to threats of censorship and budget cuts.
Even before a U.S. District Court judge decided the Avery Doninger case last month, one Connecticut lawmaker was drawing up plans to ensure students' right to speak freely online would be protected in the future.