After five transformative years, Hadar Harris will be stepping down as SPLC’s executive director in early 2023. Hadar has been instrumental in growing and strengthening our organization and we're so grateful for all her work! Here's her note for more:
The Indiana Daily Student and reporter Cate Charron, and the staff of The Battalion receive SPLC's 2022 collegiate press freedom awards.
Kinnera Mulam, Sarah Mohammed and Emma Gao share their experiences writing their story about Hispanic and Latinx culture at their school.
An analysis by the Student Press Law Center (SPLC) has found that more than half of New Jersey school districts may be in violation of a 2021 law protecting student press freedom.
Attorney Rob Bertsche assesses a recent Supreme Court case, digging into the implications for copyright infringement and fair use.
SPLC spoke with Brennan Eberwine, a New Voices Student Leaders Institute participant, about press freedom advocacy and Kentucky New Voices.
For this week's "Behind the Story," SPLC spoke with Abigail Turner & Sarah Mattalin about their story covering a union strike at American University.
SPLC spoke with Adriana Rodriguez, a New Voices Student Leaders Institute participant, about her second summer advocating for student press freedom.
For this week's "Behind the Story," SPLC spoke with Maddie Pukite about their story, “University lacks support for student parents.”
SPLC spoke with Madeline Magielnicki, a New Voices Student Leaders Institute participant, about how she got involved with press freedom work.