Louisiana State University is keeping secret the names of more than 30 candidates competing to be the next president by conducting the search through its private foundation.
An assault on the College Publisher Web siteWednesday, Feb. 3, left many users temporarily unable to upload content to theonline newspaper host site.
A district court judge dismissed a libel lawsuit brought against the Louisiana State University student newspaper for comments posted on its Web site.
A federal judge dismissed portions of astudent's lawsuit against Louisiana State University but allowed him topursue claims alleging the school's handling of a harassment investigationviolated his rights to free speech and due process of law.
A student filed a lawsuit against Louisiana State University on Jan. 31, alleging the school's handling of a harassment investigation violated his rights to free speech, due process of law, and privacy under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
A former Louisiana State University student, who admitted to burning about 1,000 copies of a free campus newspaper, was acquitted of criminal property damage in late May.
Information sought by a student newspaper at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge helped expose improperly awarded scholarships and led to the resignation of the school's chancellor and his top assistant.