Two former Kansas State University students who suedtheir school over their newspaper adviser's removal will not get a rehearingfrom the appellate court that dismissed their case.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Nov. 13 in its review of a lower court?s ruling that upheld the 2004 dismissal of a Kansas State University student newspaper adviser.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced last week it will review a ruling in November that upheld the dismissal of a Kansas State University student newspaper adviser based on content decisions made by student editors.
Two men posing as newspaper staff members stole thousands of copies of a studentnewspaper today, claiming that a misprint in the newspaper required that all thepapers be recalled.
A federal district court has ruled that the removal of Ron Johnson, former adviser of the student newspaper the Collegian at Kansas State University, was not a violation of the student editors' First Amendment rights because he was removed due to the 'overall quality' of the paper and not specific stories.