Learn more about the 2022 New Voices Student Leaders Institute and meet the participants.
Q&A with SPLC’s New Executive Director
Get to know the new executive director, including his vision for the organization, what drew him to the mission and some fun facts!
CENSORSHIP ALERT: Student paper shut down for LGBTQIA+ coverage
School officials at Northwest Public Schools in Nebraska shut down the Viking Saga after the paper covered LGBTQIA+ issues.
Cautiously optimistic: Pushing for full reinstatement of the Viking Saga
Hadar Harris, executive director at the Student Press Law Center, shares her thoughts on updates in the recent Nebraska censorship case.
Nebraska school district faces lawsuit for censoring student paper over LGBTQIA+ content
District officials face a lawsuit for shutting down the Viking Saga student newspaper after the paper ran stories addressing LGBTQIA+ issues.
SPLC prompts Washington school district to comply with New Voices legislation
After discovering Olympia School District was not in compliance with New Voices legislation, the Student Press Law Center stepped in to help.
Who is liable for AI-generated content?
In this Legal Question of the Week, SPLC experts address if student media are liable for AI-generated content they publish.
SPLC protects student journalists and adviser against unlawful censorship at school named for slain journalist
The Student Press Law Center defended student journalists & their adviser against unlawful censorship, resulting in a win for student press freedom.
How Olivia Brunsting & Caroline Christensen uncovered their school’s poor support system for RAs
Student journalists Olivia Brunsting & Caroline Christensen shared more about their investigative story, "R(A)eality of Being an RA."
Can jokes be defamatory?
In this Legal Question of the Week, SPLC experts discuss whether jokes published in student media can be deemed defamatory or not.