A newspaper theft atOklahoma City Community College appears to be ending with no charges, eventhough the culprits were seen onsecurity cameras.
TheUniversity of Oklahoma Board of Regents has barred reporters from itssubcommittee meetings, raising questions about its compliance withopen-meetings laws.
After nearly 10 years of disclosing the names ofscholarship recipients at Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU),university officials are now claiming that the information is protected underthe Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
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.
The University of Tulsa is investigating an incident in which copies of The Collegian, the school’s student newspaper, were stolen and then placed back on news stands with unauthorized inserts.
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.
College Media Advisers, a professional association of college newspaper advisers, censured Oklahoma Baptist University this month after it did not renew the student newspaper adviser?s contract because of his objections to prior review.