Since November, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education and the American Association of University Professors have come out in support of Fischler, asking the college to reinstate him. College Media Advisers has censured the college and Dolphin staff halted publication in protest of the administrators’ decision.
Student journalists in California have long enjoyed extensive free press protections. And if the state Legislature has its way, those freedoms may be expanded even more.
These three words — designated public forum — have become important in Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the Hosty v. Carter case. The Supreme Court’s refusal lets stand a decision out of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that could give public college administrators more ability to censor student media.
Behrens’ job, as he would energetically tell you, is to serve as curator of the Student Press Archives at Utica College in Utica, N.Y. Behrens described the archives as “four large containers” that reside in the Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library at the college, but he quickly warned that looks can be deceiving.
Student newspaper? Television show? At Yale University its name is a little less ambiguous, Sex Week at Yale: The Magazine.
What started with an anonymous news tip has resulted intwo Johnson County Community College students creating their own independentnewspaper.
After a process that she described as, ''David going up againstGoliath,'' Jennifer Schartz has decided to settle the lawsuit she broughtagainst her former employer, Barton County Community College.
It is not every day that one sees men in thongunderwear, and that is exactly what student editors at North Carolina StateUniversity were thinking when they created theirrecruitment flyer.
A student editor is working to redistribute copies of her paper containing anarticle onstudent suicides that she salvaged from a dumpster last week.
Twoanti-abortion protestors have decided to settle with a Colorado school afterwhat one protestor called “a topsy-turvy case from start tofinish.”