Trevor Shirley expected to get some reaction when his high schoolyearbook published photos of studentslighting a marijuana pipe anddrinking alcohol, but not the“city-wide hot topic” he said it has become.
Administrators at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville have revised theirfacilities use policy, opting not to appeal adecision out of the 8th U.S.Circuit Court of Appeals deeming part of the old policy unconstitutional.
The creators of an anti-war Web site, West Point Grads Against the War, are facing off with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point after the academy claimed the site violated trademark laws.
A man students called an ''adviser extraordinaire'' has been asked tostop volunteering with the student newspaper at Smith Middle School by anadministration that some suspect is still upset over an article the paperprinted.
Student journalists at Pasadena City College are currentlywaiting for the release of a police report detailing the May 8 theft of nearly5,000 copies of their newspaper, theCourier.
A television station licensed through the San Mateo CountyCommunity College District could be punished for airing a MartinScorsese-produced blues documentary if the Federal Communications Commission hasits way.
The fate of a Web site critical of Hargrave Military Academy and its president, Col. Wheeler M. Baker, has turned into a waiting game. The site's creators, Jerry and Melissa Guyles, have been waiting a little over 20 days to find out whether or not they will be allowed to resume operating their site after a federal district court issued a temporary restraining order requiring them to shut it down.