Despite a University of Kentucky distribution ban,the independent student newspaper will continue to hand out papers at thisweekend's homecoming football game.
The Board of Regents atMurray State University voted Friday to express its dissatisfaction with thestudent newspaper's recent publication of a "Special SEXtion."
Northern KentuckyUniversity's student newspaper, The Northerner, is in a 30-daywaiting period to find out whether the school will respond to an open recordsrequest, as ordered by the Kentucky Attorney General, or appeal to the CampbellCounty Circuit Court.
A Kentucky college student is suing an unknown person who posted comments about her on a local newspaper's Web site and asking the paper to reveal the poster's identity.
With the help of his state representative, acollege sophomore in Kentucky has initiated a bill in the Commonwealth's Houseof Representatives that seeks to combat post-Hazelwood student pressrights restrictions.
A Northern Kentucky University student plansto petition NKU administrators to apologize and revise a policy restricting thedistribution of certain materials during student orientation after the studenthanded out condoms as a form of protest and landed in jail.
Editors of the Eastern Progress, studentnewspaper for Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, scored a victory for openrecords in an appeal to the Kentucky attorney general that challenged theuniversity's redaction of information from campus police reports.
Six months after ruling a high schoolstudent could continue a lawsuit challenging his district's formeranti-discrimination policy, a federal appellate court panel reversed itself Wednesday anddecided his case should be dismissed.
A school district might have "chilled" student speech in its efforts to comply with a prior settlement reached with theACLU by requiring students to participate in anti-harassment training andimplementing a policy that forbade language that insults or stigmatizes anindividual's sexual orientation, a federal appeals court ruled Oct.26.
Staff members say they were not surprised when more than 4,500 copies of the Kentucky Kernel, the University of Kentucky’s student newspaper, came up missing from news stands Nov. 13.