The editors of the newspaper are submitting a public records request to the university police to obtain a copy of the security footage by a distribution box.
Author: Madeline Will
SPLC's Frank LoMonte receives Louis E. Ingelhart First Amendment Award
The College Media Association named Frank LoMonte, executive director of the SPLC, the 2015 recipient of the esteemed Louis E. Ingelhart First Amendment Award.
Butler spokesman is no longer adviser of the student newspaper
The chairwoman of the journalism school will now be the interim adviser of the Butler Collegian, although the original adviser is still fighting her dismissal.
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University dismissed student paper adviser, replaced her with university spokesman
The Butler University spokesman has promised he won't interfere with the Butler Collegian, but many say a conflict of interest is unavoidable.
Student editors finalize agreement with D.C. principal about attempted prior review policy
Now, any review of articles before publication will not go higher than the Wilson Beacon's staff advisers.
Texas high school is requiring students in yearbook class to sign over the copyright to their work
Attorney advocate Adam Goldstein explains the rule's "failure" in a video. The school had previously told student Anthony Mazur he couldn't sell his photos of school sports.
Florida university asks court to order student journalists to pay its attorney’s fees, after open-records lawsuit
The university is requesting attorney fees after winning a lawsuit filed by its student news site that accused the school of redacting public records and shutting reporters out of student disciplinary hearings.
Student editors at Fairmont State resign in protest of administrators’ plans to make coverage more “positive”
After turmoil at the Fairmont State newspaper, including their adviser's dismissal and allegations of administrative intimidation, student editors have resigned in protest and will start an independent watchdog news site.
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