UPDATE: The arguments have been rescheduled for Monday, April 2.The case of a former University of Minnesota student who was disciplined by the university for her Facebook posts will be re-argued before the Minnesota Supreme Court due to one justice’s recusal.Associate Justice Paul H.
The latest update in Indiana House Bill 1169’s journey through the legislature is starting to make neurosurgery look easy.Tory Flynn, an Indiana Republican caucus spokeswoman, said the House dissented Thursday to a recent Senate amendment. The bill will go to a conference committee made up of both Senators and House members to hash out the kinks.House Bill 1169 began as a bill to give school administrators authority to punish students for off-campus speech — whether lawful or unlawful.
Universityof Cincinnati students filed suit Wednesday, claiming the school violated theirFirst Amendment rights by requiring them to collect petition signatures onlywithin the confines of a “free speech area” on campus.
Ahigh school student in a predominantly Christian town has had her atheism editorialcensored, with her superintendent claiming the column would pose “academicchallenges” to the school district.
It’s not often a student journalist is targeted with violence over something they’ve written. It’s even rarer for an entire school to rally behind them.Bridgewater State University student journalist Destinie Mogg-Barkalow, who wrote a pro-gay marriage editorial last week, was allegedly assaulted over her opinion piece.
In aspat of he-said, she-said between student politicians and a student newspaperat the University of Florida, one thing is certain — 268 unread copies of The Independent Florida Alligator werefound discarded in a trash bin the day before student government elections.
A billthat would have allowed school officials to punish students for off-campusspeech will instead create a commission to study the issue — but only if theamendment can pass through the Indiana Senate.
The culprits behind recent newspaper thefts at Florida Atlantic University were found — and they’re a class of engineering students.Mariam Aldhahi, editor in chief of the University Press student newspaper, said they discovered Jan.
Afederal district court ruled Wednesday that a school district likely violatedstudents’ First Amendment rights by intentionally blocking websites supportiveof gays and lesbians.
Atleast 400 copies of The Shieldstudent newspaper went missing Wednesday evening in an apparent newspaper theftat the University of Southern Indiana.