As debates centering around diversity and the media at Wesleyan University and Missouri University gain national attention, minority journalists hope something will change.
UVA and state officials urged the U.S. Department of Education to treat the university "fairly" and give it due process before releasing the report to the public, documents obtained by the Washington Post show.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that school districts must redact and then release family settlement documents, vacating a lower court ruling.
About a month after a federal judge dismissed the student editors' request for an injunction, the Calumet student editors drop their lawsuit against the university.
On Sunday, the Wesleyan student government voted unanimously to create a working group that will weigh $17,000 worth of cuts to the student newspaper, following a heated debate on campus over diversity in college media.
Administrators said they did not want the school paper to publicize the college's firm stance against gay marriage.
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The Wesleyan student government is considering pulling money from the Argus' print budget to create work study positions to increase diversity at the paper.
Virginia public records law exempts the disclosure of university presidents' working notes or correspondence, which has raised questions in light of the Rolling Stones article's aftermath. Some public access advocates are trying to remove those exemptions from the law.
The original amendment would have required the University of North Carolina system board members to release the names of three candidates for the system president job to the public.