A video incorrectly subtitled by a college newspaper led to the forced resignation of Ted Cruz's spokesman amid a scuffle between GOP hopefuls Cruz and Rubio.
Student media advisers rally around #WhyIAdvise hashtag after a stressful year of multiple adviser firings.
As debates centering around diversity and the media at Wesleyan University and Missouri University gain national attention, minority journalists hope something will change.
Colleges were required to release their annual Clery Act campus crime report on Oct. 1. Here are some tips on finding the best stories.
Heightened with the prevalence of online commenting, student journalists frequently receive pushback from their own work. Often, the adversaries are their own peers.
Student journalists often face challenges when reporting on campus workers and workplaces.
At least 10 college newspapers have cut back on print days this semester — but they have all found different ways to approach the transition into a sharper focus online.
Like professional newspapers, student publications nationwide are strapped for cash. In an effort to stop the bleeding, some have turned to the Internet to ask for help.