It's been a little over a week since the student radio staff at Georgia State University's radio station learned of a deal that gives the state's public broadcasting affiliate control over daytime programming hours on the WRAS analog FM signal. The protest against the agreement has grown steadily in the days since students were told. Here's a rundown of what's happened since we last wrote about the situation:
A deal will give daytime programming hours on Georgia State University’s WRAS-FM to professionals and relegate student deejays to evening and overnight time slots and online streams.
David Schick, a student at Georgia State University, filed a lawsuit against the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia today in an attempt to receive the outstanding records from a request he filed nearly a year ago.
Campus police stopped the editor of a Georgia college's student newspaper from talking to students and distributing a petition last week because he was outside the school’s free expression zone.
Security cameras caught three men stealing copies of Georgia State University's student newspaper from newspaper racks on Oct.
Public colleges in Georgia can close disciplinary hearings, but don’t have to, according to a letter from the state attorney general’s office clarifying whether a new law mandates their closure.
Charges against two student journalists arrested last year while covering Occupy Atlanta protests will be dropped, the city’s mayor said Saturday.
A group of unidentified women were caught on video stealing copies of Georgia Perimeter College’s student paper last Wednesday night.
Students at Armstrong Atlantic University confessed to stealing copies of the student newspaper after a front-page photo depicted them fighting at an event Tuesday night, the paper’s editor says.
The Georgia State student newspaper’s attempt to add off-campus newspaper boxes downtown has been delayed by Atlanta officials because the boxes do not comply with the city’s ordinances.