Officials at Oklahoma State University announced they will release the names of students who receive parking tickets on campus, one day after the University of Oklahoma’s president said it would release the citations.
An Oklahoma State University student journalist who says the school’s athletics department revoked his sports credentials has decided to resign his sportswriting position rather than agree to restrictions imposed by the university.
Editors' note: This week, we're welcoming SPLC's fall interns, Samantha Sunne and Samantha Vicent (that's not confusing at all, right?). The two will be covering news affecting student media through December, and we're so excited to have the chance to work with them.
When it comes to colleges inventing strained excuses to withhold public records and conceal unpleasant truths from the public, it's hard to pick just one standout.
Administrators at Oklahoma State University defended their decision to not notify police of allegations of multiple sexual assaults, telling the student newspaper this week that the school was prohibited from doing so by a federal student privacy law.
A copy editor at Oklahoma State University'sstudent paper is vowing to fight an attempt by the journalism department'sdirector to remove her from the school's publications board.
A committee appointed by Oklahoma State University's Board of StudentPublications recommended Jan.
Editors of The Daily O'Collegian allowedwork from the print edition to return to the newspaper's Web site on Monday,after a dispute regarding the editor in chief's authority over ocolly.com, theonline edition, led staffers in November to begin withholding print content fromthe Web site.
OKLAHOMA -- The Daily O'Collegian stoppedproviding content for its Web counterpart, ocolly.com, after the generalmanager, a faculty member, hired a student to work for the Web site over theeditor in chief's objections.
Students and faculty involved with Oklahoma State University student publications were let off the hook in August after the university attempted to implement a confidentiality agreement that they claimed would have violated their First Amendment rights.