A community college in Kansas has walked back, in part, actions taken to restrict its own student newspaper.
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Oregon State pays six-figure settlement after confiscating newspaper boxes
Oregon State University will pay $101,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from its disposal of a now-defunct conservative student newspaper’s distribution boxes. Oregon State admitted no fault in the agreement, and the lawsuit was officially dismissed Wednesday.
Independent Florida Alligator proposes compromise in newspaper distribution lawsuit
The University of Florida's independent student newspaper has suggested a settlement that could end its lawsuit against the university about a proposed policy that would give the school control of newspaper racks on campus.
Independent student publication's lawsuit against Oregon State officials can proceed, court rules
A student organization is entitled to a trial to determine if Oregon State University officials violated their rights by removing their newspaper boxes from campus.
Daily Texan newspaper boxes will be allowed outside journalism school
A plan that didn’t allow newspaper boxes – even for the school’s paper – in front of the University of Texas’ journalism school is going away after public pressure.
Georgia paper's off-campus newspaper box plan delayed by city of Atlanta
The Georgia State student newspaper’s attempt to add off-campus newspaper boxes downtown has been delayed by Atlanta officials because the boxes do not comply with the city’s ordinances.
Independent Florida Alligator files suit over proposed distribution policy
The University of Florida’s independent student newspaper has filed a lawsuit seeking to halt the university’s plan to replace two dozen of the newspaper’s racks after a months-long negotiation between the two groups failed to produce a compromise.
U. of Florida plans to remove newspaper racks, charge for space in new ones
The University of Florida’s independent student newspaper is protesting a change in distribution policy that it believes could have a detrimental effect on readership and First Amendment freedom