The United States fell three places in the index after a tumultuous year for American journalists, according to the nonprofit organization, which works to promote freedom of information and freedom of the press.
Nearly every copy of American University's student newspaper were taken from the campus racks this morning shortly after they were distributed. The weekly paper's cover was dedicated to an exclusive report on a hazing investigation being conducted at one of the school's fraternities.
Our examination of the 25th anniversary of the Hazelwood decision limiting student expression rights continues next week with a panel discussion titled "The First Amendment Goes to School: 25 Years of Hazelwood v.
The American University student newspaper, TheEagle, published an apology todayfor the controversy caused by the Tuesday column that addressed the issue ofconsent in date rape situations.
Several stacks of The Eagle, the studentnewspaper at American University in Washington, D.C., were removed from racksaround campus and left outside the newspaper's office today after acontroversial column was printed in the issue.