The student newspaper at University of Central Missouri will live online-only this academic year.
Keene State’s clearer press rights policy hangs in limbo as the newspaper’s budget gets slashed and the university president resigns.
Students at Iowa State University can produce and wear T-shirts with the university logo and a pot leaf, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled last month, reaffirming an earlier decision.
Not only was Rhode Island the 13th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution and establish statehood, but it is now the 13th state to ensure the free-expression rights of student journalists.
Check out the links below for guides to the New Voices law in each state. Use these guides to learn more about how the law works and how it can protect you or your students against censorship. Illinois
Rhode Island lawmakers held a last-minute vote Thursday and unanimously passed two identical New Voices bills in the House and the Senate, then ratified the House version late Friday. Unless the governor vetoes it, House Bill 5550 will make Rhode Island the thirteenth state with a statute protecting student journalists.
A bill that classifies communication between University of North Carolina system schools and their athletic conferences as public record passed in the North Carolina House Tuesday and will head back to the state's Senate to approve an amendment.
The University of Kansas will implement concealed carry on its campus beginning July 1, but students have yet to receive all of the details regarding this procedural shift.
The First Amendment continues to prove confounding for those running public high schools in New Jersey where Morristown High School removed an art piece depicting President Trump as a pig holding an angry cat.
A graduating senior at a New Jersey high school was suspended over submitting a yearbook photo that included controversial artwork.