Northeastern Illinois University’s student-run radio station is still in exile but that doesn’t mean club members are not on the air.
An Illinois community college student is suing his college, claiming its bulletin board posting policy violates the First Amendment.
The disc jockeys at Northeastern Illinois University’s student radio station have been locked out of the station and replaced.
A federal appeals court on Thursday threw out the Chicago Tribune’s public records lawsuit against the University of Illinois, finding that the suit must be brought in state court.
A U.S. District Court ordered Tuesday that a former student media adviser be returned to his job at Chicago State University following a First Amendment lawsuit surrounding the campus newspaper.
Theeditor in chief of the student newspaper at Richwoods High School is pushingback against censorship of a staff editorial, filing a grievance with theschool district and contemplating a lawsuit.
MonmouthCollege’s student newspaper, The Courier,flew off the racks last week as several people took hundreds of copies of thenewspaper.
Morethan 500 emails chronicling the efforts of a Northwestern University journalismprofessor and his students to free a man serving a life sentence are notcovered under Illinois’ shield law, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Collegestudents in Illinois have been given a seat at the professional journalists’table after a judge used the state’s shield law to protect student journalistsfor possibly the first time ever last week.
Studentjournalists at St. Charles East High School were blocked from publishing astory about the removal of the school’s popular basketball coach.