A former student journalist at the University of Oregon said he was told his conservative publication could not use its student fee-funded budget to pay for public records.
The Arrow student newspaper staff at Sherwood High School wasn’t allowed to pass out their original most recent issue because administrators were unhappy with a column one student wrote.
A student organization is entitled to a trial to determine if Oregon State University officials violated their rights by removing their newspaper boxes from campus.
A Portland high school’s newspaper is fighting to distribute copies of its first issue that were confiscated by administrators who didn’t like that the paper published a screenshot of a profane tweet.
Freshmen guides produced by Oregon State’s newspaper were removed from a campus dining hall due to a backlash against the guide’s cover and an article inside about alcohol.
CollegeMedia Advisers will no longer consider Western Oregon University a school thatinfringes on the rights of its student journalists thanks to a unanimousdecision by the group’s board of directors this month to lift a two-yearcensure.
A community college student newspaper staff fears its funding will be cut because of an investigative series on student government corruption.
Newspaper adviser Loradona May will not be returning toNorth Douglas High School next year after an editorial about enforcement of theschool's dress code caused controversy.
The adviser of Forest Grove High School'sstudent newspaper Viking Log was removed from her position following acomplaint about a student comment published in the paper.
Lawyers for The Liberty, an independent publication atOregon State University, filed a motion for reconsideration after a judge ruled infavor of the university in a lawsuit filed by the paper.