Morethan 1,000 copies of The Forumstudent newspaper were stolen March 13 and 14 from the University of Arkansasat Little Rock.
TheArkansas State University Herald joinedthe list of alleged 2011 newspaper theft victims March 17 when issuesdisappeared from stands two hours after distribution.
Newspapers have vanished from the stands two consecutive weeks at Henderson State University, and it’s not from extensive readership.
The United States Supreme Court declined Monday to hear a case raising the issue of schools' authority to punish students for wearing protest armbands.
ARKANSAS -- Richard Peltz, a law professor at the University ofArkansas at Little Rock, has dropped a defamation lawsuit against two formerstudents and a law group after a school investigation determined that thecharges of racism against him were unfounded.
The Watson Chapel School District has filed apetition to have the United States Supreme Court decide the legality ofpunishing students for wearing protest armbands.
Echoes could be heard -- but not read -- throughout the University of Central Arkansas's empty news racks Sept. 17 when 1,300 copies of The Echo, the student newspaper, were stolen.
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals uphelda lower court's decision saying students who protested their school district'suniform policy in 2006 had a right to do so under the First Amendment.
ARKANSAS -- A school district that punished students who wore black armbands to protest the district's uniform policy violated the students' First Amendment rights, a federal judge ruled, but a jury awarded no damages to the students.
ARKANSAS -- Three students who were punished for wearing black armbands to protest their school district's dress code can continue their claims against the district, its superintendent and the principal of the junior high school. But a federal judge on Wednesday dismissed the portions of the suit brought against individual school board members.