Afederal appeals court on Friday extended the censorship-friendly Hazelwood student expression standard topublic colleges and universities, while allowing a former counseling student’sFirst Amendment lawsuit to go forward.
Eastern Michigan University will pay $350,000 infederal fines for failing to disclose crime information in violation of theClery Act, the largest such fine ever.
The U.S. Department of Education issued its final report Tuesday to Eastern Michigan University, detailing the school's violations of the federal Clery Act in failing to properly notify the campus about an investigation into the homicide of a student who was killed in campus housing.
MICHIGAN -- Eastern Michigan University’s radio station did not violate a former disc jockey’s First Amendment rights after firing him for making controversial on-air comments, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled Aug. 2.
MICHIGAN -- The president of Eastern Michigan University has been dismissed after an alleged homicide cover-up that received national attention.
MICHIGAN -- News that the president of Eastern Michigan University was dismissed Sunday after the school violated federal safety laws may help the student newspaper at Michigan State University get access to campus police records it requested in March 2006.
MICHIGAN -- Administrators at Eastern Michigan University failed to meet federal safety standards after the body of 22-year-old Laura Dickinson was discovered in December 2006, the U.S. Department of Education found this week.
MICHIGAN -- The U.S. Department of Education is reviewing Eastern Michigan University after school administrators failed to alert the campus community that a woman had been murdered in her dormitory room.
Aformer disc jockey at a university-run public radio station can have his day incourt after being fired for expressing controversial opinions on air, accordingto a state court of appeals ruling.
A state court of appeals ruled in January that the records and meetings of the Eastern Michigan University Foundation must be open to the public, overturning a lower court's decision.