Schools and courts have been divided while navigating school dress codes and student's First Amendment rights.
Author: Tara Jeffries
Language in transition: How student journalists cover transgender issues
Student journalists are working to balance clarity and sensitivity when covering transgender issues at school.
When campus discipline doesn't add up
Many large public universities report zero or nearly zero liquor law violations and drug abuse offenses — a side effect of the wide variations allowed in reporting campus crimes under the federal Clery Act.
Ohio Supreme Court denies attorney fees to former student journalist
The Ohio high court had previously opened up police records at private universities, but denied the request for attorney fees or statutory damages.
SPLC files brief in support of restored attorney fees for student press advocate
Ronald McGuire, a lawyer who took on a student journalism press freedom case almost 18 years ago, is asking a federal appeals court to review en banc the decision over his attorney's fees.
UCSD student government defunds student media, including controversial satirical site The Koala
The University of California-San Diego student government defunded all 13 student media outlets in a targeted move at the controversial and often-offensive publication The Koala.
As student protests heat up, journalists face access issues
At Smith College, student activists banned reporters from covering their protest unless the reporters agreed to endorse their mission. Media bans have been common in the wave of protests sweeping college campuses.
Conference honors 25th anniversary of Clery Act, stresses need for more transparency
Educators, campus police officers, victim advocates and attorneys gathered in Washington, D.C. Friday to celebrate 25 years of the federal campus crime law and talk about what's next.
Student journalist at Mt. San Antonio College slapped with conduct complaint after reporting on medical emergency
The student journalist has to attend two student conduct classes because he repeatedly questioned health care professionals about a student's emergency trip to the hospital.
Former student journalist scores major victory in public records lawsuit
The former editor-in-chief of The Collegian at Georgia Perimeter College sued the University System of Georgia Board of Regents in 2013 for mishandling his public records request.