The president of Cedarville University and another top administrator confiscated copies of an independent student publication as they were being distributed by students on campus Wednesday.
A community college president has returned confiscated newspapers and reinstated the student newspaper staff to their positions after administrators shut down the paper yesterday.
Last week, the Bear Creek High School student newspaper was confiscated by the school’s principal and then returned to the students who created it in a matter of hours.
Administrators at Chaffey College have confiscated and attached a warning label to copies of a literary magazine produced by students at the school, saying that the magazine’s content is graphic and violent.
A Portland high school’s newspaper is fighting to distribute copies of its first issue that were confiscated by administrators who didn’t like that the paper published a screenshot of a profane tweet.