A fraternity claimed responsibility Wednesday for taking 10,000 copies of The Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s student newspaper, just hours after staff members discovered the theft.
Staff members of the Lincoln Park Statesman, a conservative student newspaper at DePaul University, believe staff members from another student publication removed about 150 copies of the newspaper from distribution points Oct. 9, but campus security has not classified the incident as theft.
A former Farmington High School student is suing the school district claiming that officials violated his First Amendment rights when he was not allowed to wear clothing with the Confederate flag.
The Gramblinite, Grambling State University’s student newspaper, cancelled its coverage of the school’s homecoming week after staff members said student leaders and administrators denied them access to events.
The University of Tulsa is investigating an incident in which copies of The Collegian, the school’s student newspaper, were stolen and then placed back on news stands with unauthorized inserts.
Staff members say they were not surprised when more than 4,500 copies of the Kentucky Kernel, the University of Kentucky’s student newspaper, came up missing from news stands Nov. 13.
Bryant University campus security is investigating an incident in which about 900 copies of the student newspaper, The Archway, disappeared from news stands Nov. 3.
Editors at The Signpost, the student newspaper of Weber State University, believe an article detailing possible sexual misconduct by a professor may be the reason that an estimated 1,000 copies of the paper recently disappeared from news racks.
An Arizona State University student organization is suing the school after it says the university used insurance requirements to limit the group’s freedom of speech.
The California State Supreme Court has refused to review shock jock Jason Antebi’s censorship lawsuit against Occidental College, letting stand a lower court's ruling that he did not have legal standing to sue the university because he already graduated.