TheApril Fools’ issue of Rutgers University’s satirical newspaper has promptedbacklash from the university’s president, all thanks to a fake editorial titled“What about the good things Hitler did?”
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600 copies of Butler student paper dumped in trash
Atleast 600 copies of Butler University’s TheButler Collegian were dumped sometime between Wednesday and Thursday.
Pa. college journalist arrested while photographing traffic stop
ATemple University photojournalism student who was arrested after taking photosof a routine traffic stop faces three criminal charges — though a previousfelony count has been dropped.
Ga. college students ordered to apologize, reimburse for stolen newspapers
Twostudents at Georgia College and State University were sanctioned March 15 afterdumping about 460 copies of the student newspaper in February.
Georgia State papers disappear after coverage of hazing allegations
Closeto 250 copies of a student newspaper at Georgia State University were dumpedlast week after the paper published a series of stories regarding allegedsorority hazing.
R.I. college president speaks out after apparent newspaper theft
Acollege president issued a mass-email in support of free student speech and pressfollowing an apparent theft of student newspapers at the Community College ofRhode Island.
Judge orders Chicago State to reinstate fired newspaper adviser
A U.S. District Court ordered Tuesday that a former student media adviser be returned to his job at Chicago State University following a First Amendment lawsuit surrounding the campus newspaper.
Former student politician admits to dumping UF newspapers
Theculprit behind the dumping of 268 student newspapers at the University ofFlorida came forward Monday, confirming the newspaper’s earlier reporting thata student politician threw them out.
U. of Rhode Island proposal would bar photos, video of 'sensitive material'
Aproposed policy change at the University of Rhode Island would prohibit studentsfrom publishing photos or video of “sensitive material” such as criminal orviolent acts.
Students, U. of Cincinnati reach temporary agreement in speech zone lawsuit
TheUniversity of Cincinnati and its chapter of Young Americans for Liberty reacheda temporary agreement Thursday, allowing the students to gather signatures —but that doesn’t mean the group’s free speech lawsuit is finished in court.