Southern University plans to produce a “megabook” to make up for five school years’ worth of missed yearbooks, which were the subject of an auditor’s report released last week.
A student journalist seeking the names of Louisiana State University’s presidential candidates has lost her lawsuit against the university.
A Louisiana newspaper has won its lawsuit against Louisiana State University, with a ruling that makes presidential search candidates’ names public record.
Southern University’s Student Government Association wants 40 percent of the Student Media surplus fund, and last week, successfully passed a referendum to get it.
The editor of Louisiana State University’s student newspaper filed suit today against the school seeking names of applicants for the school’s top position.
The editor-in-chief of Louisiana State University’s student newspaper is threatening legal action against the school’s private foundation and the university system for withholding names of its presidential candidates.
The students who stole approximately 2,000 copies of the student newspaper at Tulane University have admitted to their actions and agreed to pay the cost of the papers.
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.
The editor of Tulane’s student newspaper has finally received the football attendance records he’s been asking for since May, thanks to a settlement with the private company that holds the records.
The editor of Tulane’s student newspaper is suing the state of Louisiana for attendance records from football games the school played at the Superdome.