Staffers for Oregon State University's studentnewspaper, the Daily Barometer, found all six of the paper's outdoordistribution racks empty Friday morning.
An advisory panel is considering a proposalthat would convert Colorado State University's entire student media departmentto an independent nonprofit corporation.
The state Senate passed a bill Monday that wouldensure public access to information about government contracts.
Six months after ruling a high schoolstudent could continue a lawsuit challenging his district's formeranti-discrimination policy, a federal appellate court panel reversed itself Wednesday anddecided his case should be dismissed.
A federal judge on Monday struck down astate ban on alcohol advertisements in student media, ruling the ban violatedthe First Amendment rights of student publications.
Charles O'Malley, a former director of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and for decades one of the nation's leading advocates for the advancement of student journalism, died Wednesday on the opening day of the association's 84th annual convention. He was 93.
Editors of The Daily O'Collegian allowedwork from the print edition to return to the newspaper's Web site on Monday,after a dispute regarding the editor in chief's authority over ocolly.com, theonline edition, led staffers in November to begin withholding print content fromthe Web site.
A student who sued his university for naminghim as the assailant in an assault near campus has not yet decided whether tocontinue his case after a federal appeals court dismissed the suit lastmonth.
A high school sophomore who was suspended fortaking photos of his teacher during class and posting the pictures online lostthe first round of his lawsuit against the school district Dec. 11, when a federal judge refused to lift the student's suspension early.