A Nevada public school’s uniform policy requiring students to display a motto — ”Tomorrow’s Leaders” — might not jibe with the First Amendment, an appeals court has ruled.
A judge ruled this month to let proceed a lawsuit from a former Nevada high school basketball player who was suspended and then forced to switch schools after posting a series of tweets off-campus.
Thestudent government at the University of Nevada–Las Vegas and the school’sstudent newspaper appeared to reach an agreement Monday, ending a dispute thatthreatened to have the paper’s editor appointed by student government.
The Society ofProfessional Journalists has publicly stated through unanimous resolutions itssupport of student privacy law reform and called for an end to college presscensorship.
A state court judge on Tuesday dismissed a libel suit filedagainst the Churchill County High School student newspaper editor and districtofficials.
Churchill County High School's The Flash willgo forward with publication this Friday, despite a grievance that has been filedagainst the Churchill County School District by the teachers' union requestingthe prevention of publication and distribution of a student article included inthe newspaper.
In response to an editorial error, a person claiming to be an aggrieved reader gathered up more than 100 copies of Insight, a student magazine from the University of Nevada at Reno, and returned the magazines to the publication's office March 4.
A controversial column is being reprinted in today'sissue of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas' student paper after aboutone-third of the 3,000 copies of the March 10 issue were stolen Tuesday.
Avaledictorian is suing school officials for cutting her microphone when they sayshe began proselytizing during her graduation speech.
A student had her microphone cut off during a speech to her graduating class last week after administrators say she began proselytizing.