The Journalism Education Association announced high school senior Henry Rome as the winner of the Journalist of the Year scholarship at its spring convention in Phoenix this April.
The editor-in-chief of the student newspaper and a group of students at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton are protesting a series of proposals by the Student Government Association that would cut funding for the paper.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled Thursday that a student had not clearly established her First Amendment right to criticize her principal in an off-campus blog that used coarse language, denying the student a trial on her claim.
A university cannot hide behind federal privacy laws to refuse to honor an open-records request for information about the disciplinary sanctions levied for violations of student conduct codes, North Dakota's Attorney General has ruled.
Students at Faribault High School in Faribault, Minn., are appealing to their school board after the superintendent shut down the student newspaper Monday.
ARKANSAS -- Richard Peltz, a law professor at the University ofArkansas at Little Rock, has dropped a defamation lawsuit against two formerstudents and a law group after a school investigation determined that thecharges of racism against him were unfounded.
As students returned to classes Monday at MaconState College, they found the bins of their student newspaper, TheMatrix, empty, but with former editors nearby distributing copies of anindependent paper, The Student Free Press.
President Bush signed a higher educationlaw Thursday making several amendments to the Clery Act that will requireuniversities to "immediately notify" students, faculty and staff aboutemergencies on campus.
Attorneys for a Saginaw, Mich. fifth-grader who was ordered to refrain from distributing religious messages at school filed a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court Monday with hopes the court will reexamine a 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruling that said his middle school principal did not violate his First Amendment rights.
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision Monday by a federal district court that Temple University's formeranti-harassment code was unconstitutional.