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By Shea Smith Sophie Gordon was born in Fuzhou, China and moved to the United States when she was just ten-months-old. After living roughly a year-and-a-half in Iowa, her family moved to St. Charles, Missouri before she left for college to attend Ball State University. She is a rising junior at Ball State in Indiana… Continue reading Introducing Active Voice Fellow Sophie Gordon
Newspaper thefts occurred at four college campuses last week, ranging froma few hundred to several thousand missing copies.
OREGON -- Gov. Ted Kulongoski (D) has indicated he will, by the end of the month, sign a bill that aims to protect high school and college student press rights in the state.
Officials at two Indiana universities are investigating separate cases of newspaper theft that occurred during the schools’ respective homecoming festivities.
Students around the country have their viewpoints silenced every year, and the 2005-06 school year was no exception. In Illinois, Indiana and Utah students faced efforts to prevent them from speaking their minds on topics such as immigration reform, homosexuality and sexually transmitted disease.
When Ball State University junior Chris Hahn started filming the scene of a car accident on campus last March, the last thing on his mind was that he was doing something wrong.