The “I ? Boobies” cancer awareness campaign saw more publicity Monday than Madonna’s performance at the Super Bowl halftime show a night prior.
A billthat would allow schools to punish students for off-campus activities could seeIndiana students suspended or even expelled for off-campus speech.
Campus police at Eastern Washington University have suspended theirinvestigation into an alleged theft of student newspapers this week.
Afederal appeals court on Friday extended the censorship-friendly Hazelwood student expression standard topublic colleges and universities, while allowing a former counseling student’sFirst Amendment lawsuit to go forward.
About2,600 copies of Florida Atlantic University’s student newspaper were stolenover three days this week after members of the staff removed posters thatcriticized the paper.
Staterepresentatives have filed a bill that could overturn a University of Missouripolicy banning the sharing of classroom recordings.
A bill introduced last week could limit access to university records under theMaryland Public Information Act.
A student is once again facing punishment for speech outside of school — but this time it may cost a New Jersey private school student his future.Yuri Wright, a senior football star, was expelled from Don Bosco Preparatory High School for explicit tweeting.
The South Carolina attorney general intervened Tuesday in a state Supreme Courtcase to decide whether school administrator associations fall under the SouthCarolina Freedom of Information Act.