An editor and adviser have complied with a university president’s request to drop charges against three students who allegedly stole approximately 7,000 copies of the Morehead State University student newspaper in October 2005.
University uses MySpace.com profile to expel gay student
Acollege student expelled Thursday by his university for writing he is gay onhis MySpace.com profile has threatened a lawsuit against theschool.
Opinion says alleged rape suspect's name should have been public record
Thestate attorney general has ruled that police in Lexington were wrong to withholdthe name of a former University of Kentucky basketball player who wasinvestigated but never charged for an alleged rape at a university residencehall.
Foundations pushed to open
It's a question both sides think they know the answer to and one both sides hope the state's supreme court will take up soon: Are the names of individual donors to public university foundations public under the state open records law?
Open and shut
With frequent tuition hikes and steep taxes comes a desire from thoseconcerned with the use of tax dollars to know how money is allocated at publicuniversities across the country.
School kills policy of blocking victims' names
The state attorney general squashed a short-lived policy created by the University of Kentucky to black out victims' names on police incident reports, saying it violated the state's open-records law.
Appeals court votes to rehear Kentucky State Univ. censorship case
The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appealsvoted yesterday to grant a rehearing before a full panel of appellatejudges in the Kentucky State University yearbook and newspapercensorship case.
Students await word on rehearing in Kentucky State University case
A decision is expected by early November on whether a full panel of judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit will rehear the Kentucky State University yearbook and newspaper censorship case.
Broad coalition asks appeals court to reconsider censorship decision
CINCINNATI -- Two Kentucky State University students askedyesterday that the full panel of judges sitting on the U.S.
Judges Listen to Arguments in Kincaid v. Gibson
A three-judge panel heard arguments March 18 in the Kentucky State University yearbook and newspaper censorship case.