FLORIDA ' Prior approval will no longer be the norm for speech on the Miami-Dade Community College campus.
FLORIDA -- A former Killian High School student has decided not to appeal a March ruling by the U.S.
OHIO ' The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit on July 27 upheld an injunction sought by the U.S.
Many hard-working newspaper staffs across the country see their product disappear, literally, every year.
Wanted: Teacher willing to advise student publications. Must not allow students to write about controversial issues, damage the school's reputation with quality reporting or upset students, parents or the community with the truth.
INDIANA ' In a report that further clarifies a college's obligation to maintain campus police logs under federal law, the U.S.
NEW YORK ' Former student editors of the College Voice at the College of Staten Island are preparing to appeal a federal district judge's March 28 decision in a case where student government officers impounded an issue of the newspaper.
Judge Nina Gershon dismissed the charges that members of the paper had brought against members of the student government.
Environmentalists are no longer the only ones working to ''Save Our Streams.'' College students striving to preserve a man-made medium have adopted the slogan to identify their technological quest.
COLORADO ' Gov. Bill Owens signed a bill June 1 that requires sex offenders in Colorado to register with colleges and universities and calls for a statewide database to track the offenders.
Controversial content has given rise to heated debate, deception and resignations at college newspapers across the country.