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The student photojournalist who recorded the video that went viral also filed a simple assault complaint against Melissa Click, the communications professor who called for "muscle."
As the communications professor receives threats and calls for her resignation, the student protesters announce that media is now welcome at their campsite.
Student activists at the University of Missouri told the media, including two student photographers, that they were not welcome to photograph their "safe space."
The UW-Oshkosh student newspaper, facing crippling debt, has the university administrators' support — but the student government has denounced the paper's leadership.
National media and organizations have denounced the cut, which followed a campus outcry over a controversial op-ed, as a form of censorship.
After the Crimson White published a column and an editorial cartoon critical of fraternity practices, the editor-in-chief said he saw what appeared to be two fraternity pledges carrying stacks of papers.
In light of Arne Duncan's announced resignation, here are four times the Education Secretary spoke out about FERPA.
The Texas school district that has asked students in the yearbook class to sign a work-for-hire agreement maintains the policy's legality, despite widespread skepticism.
The judge wrote that the student journalists did not show enough evidence of retaliation or intimidation to proceed with a preliminary injunction against the college.