Adviser-student relationships can hitrough spots, especially when it comes to issues like censorship and staffing.
Author: Mary Keister
The student journalist's dilemma
As ambitious college reporters and editors aim to build resumes and do it all on campus, student newspapers must fight to keep conflicts of interest out of their newsrooms.
Fairfield University files harassment charges against student newspaper
Harassment charges have been filed against The Fairfield Mirror,Fairfield University's independent student newspaper, in response to acolumn published Sept. 30.
Prosecutors accuse former Medill students of paying off witnesses
Prosecutors for the Cook County state's attorney's office haveaccused students who worked on the Medill Innocence Project at NorthwesternUniversity of paying off two witnesses in a three-year investigation of themurder conviction of Anthony McKinney.
Newspaper policies addressed following 'walk of shame' column
CONNECTICUT -- Editors and advisers of Fairfield University's student newspaper,the Fairfield Mirror, are working with Fairfield's administrationto evaluate newspaper policies after a controversial opinion piece on the "walk of shame" was printed Sept. 30.
'Walk of shame' column prompts protests at Fairfield University
Protests, destruction of newspapers andstudent-government resolutions have unfolded over the past two weeks followingthe Sept. 30 publication of a satirical column about the "walk of shame" in Fairfield University's student newspaper, the Fairfield Mirror.
Pa. student journalists arrested while covering G-20 protests
Student journalists for the University ofPittsburgh's Pitt News were arrested September 25 while reportingon protests of the G-20 summit in Pittsburgh.
Wash. student newspaper editors punished after clash with adviser
Editors at Clark College's student newspaper, TheIndependent, are facing disciplinary sanctions after attempting toparticipate in the hiring process for the newspaper's student staffpositions.