Two hundred copies of the Old Gold & Black student newspaper at Wake Forest University were stolen last week and only returned to their racks after university police intervened, editors say.
State senators today approved a bill that would make police records on all private college campuses in North Carolina more accessible.
A talk show hosted by Central Carolina Community College has been pulled off the air and is “currently under review,” after hosts were critical of a state legislator.
The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression has named its 2013 Jefferson Muzzle Award winners, and not surprisingly, quite a few of the dubious awards went to schools and policies that affect students.
The North Carolina Supreme Court split evenly today in a ruling that leaves unresolved the openness of private college police records.
After a former college journalist’s open records battle reached North Carolina’s highest court earlier this month, some private universities have asked state legislators to pass legislation before the court rules.
In the last year, three different people have filled the position of student media director at East Carolina University. Now, a new adviser has been hired.
The North Carolina Supreme Court considered Wednesday whether private school police records are public under the state’s open records law.
Nine organizations have joined briefs in support of an Elon University alumnus’ efforts to make private school police department records public in North Carolina.
East Carolina University has hired its second interim adviser and is still searching for a full-time student media director to replace the one it fired in January.