After years in the crosshairs of image-sensitive college administrators, Northwest College's newspaper falls victim to budget cuts, leaving behind lingering suspicions of the college's true motives.
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Advocates seek reversal of Northwest College trustees' vote abolishing journalism
The Wyoming teacher association, which is providing legal representation to Northwest College's embattled faculty journalism adviser, is urging supporters of the student newspaper to contact college trustees seeking reconsideration of a 4-2 vote to eliminate Northwest's journalism courses.
Under cloud of suspicion, Wyoming college proposes eliminating journalism program
The board of Northwest College will be asked Monday to ratify President Stefani Hicswa's proposal to eliminate journalism courses. The college has been twice accused of retaliating against faculty advisers -over unflattering news coverage.
Adviser questions demands for additional coursework, but college attorney insists there's no retaliation
A college journalism adviser believes he's been singled out unfairly with demands that he take additional graduate courses or lose his job, but the college insists the requirement was forced by an outside accrediting agency.
Back on the Trail: Retaliation questions resurface at Northwest College after adviser's job is imperiled
For the second time since 2010, the student media adviser at a two-year Wyoming college finds his job imperiled after students published articles about campus controversies that displeased administrators.