The Student Press Law Center requested records from 30 private universities' police forces across the country. The vast majority were unwilling to part with the records, showing a hole in public access in higher education.
As debates centering around diversity and the media at Wesleyan University and Missouri University gain national attention, minority journalists hope something will change.
New technology means new worries. Schools are grappling with how to respond to students' anonymous speech in the Yik Yak era.
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.