Staff members of the student newspaper atStevenson High School in Lincolnshire were told by school administrators Tuesdayto publish a newspaper composed of only administration-approved content.
The Chicago Tribune filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the University of Illinois in Urbana, Ill., after attempts to get previously redacted information was met with a letter of denial from university President B. Joseph White citing the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Students responsible for sneaking a photo into the yearbook at an Illinois high school have been punished for their actions.
After articles about students' dating habits at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill., sparked policy changes including more oversight of the student newspaper, adviser Barbara Thill resigned her role for next school year.
After three months of review, the Harrisburg, Ill. school board approved a prior review policy that gives Harrisburg High School Principal Karen Crank authority to review the student newspaper, the Purple Clarion, 48 hours before publication.
A broken window at Alton High School in Alton, Ill. is at the center of a debate involving a student's right to freedom of the press.
The student newspaper at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill. will have more oversight by school officials after articles about students' dating habits in last month's issue sparked controversy in the school community.
Students at Harrisburg High School, in Harrisburg, Ill., are forced to use courtesy titles in editorial and opinion content in the student newspaper when referring to faculty, staff or members of the school board after the Board of Education imposed a new directive last week.
The Loyola University of Chicago student government decided not to adopt legislation at yesterday's meeting that would remove the editor in chief and take away funding from a student magazine whose front cover featured art of a woman scantily clad and wearing underwear with the word ''slut'' on it.