Staff members of the GuardDawg, a conservative student newspaper at the University of Georgia, discovered 1,200 copies of their paper stolen and their distribution bins vandalized last week.
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.
Editors of the Gargoyle, Flagler College’s student newspaper, are calling university President William Abare’s actions inappropriate after he pulled copies of the paper from racks last week.
New policies created by Johns Hopkins University regarding where student publications can be distributed are raising concern among some students and advocates following an incident where newspapers were removed from residence halls last spring.
Copies of a freshman orientation guide produced by Boston College’s student newspaper, The Heights, were discarded by administrators last June because of a column that described his orientation experience as “miserable,” Editor in Chief Tom Wiedeman said.
Karen Bosley is back to work as the adviser of the Ocean County College Viking News after a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction in her pending lawsuit, and students say her return has been essential to the paper’s production.