Staff members of The Reporter, Stetson University’s student newspaper, are waiting to see if administrators will take further judicial actions after members of a campus sorority allegedly stole about 700 copies of the paper.
The Student Publications Committee and editors of The Shield, the University of Southern Indiana’s student newspaper, are clashing over how a recent case of newspaper theft should be handled.
Officials at two Indiana universities are investigating separate cases of newspaper theft that occurred during the schools’ respective homecoming festivities.
Student government leaders and staff members of the Outlook, the State University of New York at Rockland’s student newspaper, signed an agreement last week ending an ongoing funding conflict between the two organizations.
Florida Atlantic University President Frank Brogan sent a scathing letter to student leaders last week after the Student Government Association at the Boca Raton campus attempted to shut down OWL Radio, the student-run station.
Officials are still seeking out possible suspects after 2,700 copies of The East Texan, Texas A&M University at Commerce's student newspaper, were stolen last month and some wound up on a fraternity house lawn.
A student who admitted to stealing and shredding copies of the Courier, Pasadena City College's student newspaper, has been ordered by the university to serve community service hours and repay the costs for the damaged issues.
Georgia Tech and Penn State universities have decided to change their anti-discrimination and harassment policies, or so-called “speech codes,” after students at both schools brought lawsuits saying that such rules violate their right to free speech.
Fairfield University professors say they will investigate what they are calling a censorship incident when administrators pulled an orientation issue of The Mirror, the school’s student newspaper, from news stands in June.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced last week it will review a ruling in November that upheld the dismissal of a Kansas State University student newspaper adviser based on content decisions made by student editors.