A federal judge cited Hazelwood in determining that a student's freedom of speech and expression rights were not violated by the school officials' refusal to allow her to wear an eagle feather on her graduation cap.
U. of Tulsa administrator threatens to punish student journalists for investigating student’s punishment over Facebook posts
When George “Trey” Barnett was suspended from the University of Tulsa without a disciplinary hearing for violating the institution’s harassment policy and for sharing information about his pending disciplinary case, he asked the student newspaper to investigate.
Jack White responds to The Oklahoma Daily's public records request, revealing the performer's pay, demands for guacamole
The Secret’s out: Eight-time Grammy winner Jack White demands his guacamole chunky and he hates fluorescent lighting.
Second Oklahoma university agrees to release campus parking ticket records
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.
U. of Oklahoma president orders release of parking ticket records after student paper joins editor’s suit
The University of Oklahoma’s president announced Wednesday the institution will release parking ticket records, reversing course after OU administrators and lawyers maintained for more than a year that the citations were exempt from disclosure under the federal student privacy law.
Oklahoma State revokes student journalist's sports credentials over Twitter dispute
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.
University of Oklahoma student journalist sues for access to parking tickets
A University of Oklahoma student is suing for access to parking ticket records the school says are protected by a federal education privacy law.
Central Oklahoma journalism student forced to delete and apologize for blog post
After being threatened with expulsion and forced to apologize for a blog post she wrote, a journalism student at the University of Central Oklahoma has received an apology.
Adviser at Oral Roberts resigns after student paper publishes false information
Misinformation has cost the student newspaper faculty adviser at Oral Roberts University his job.
Oklahoma State administrators defend handling of sexual assault investigation
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.