Student journalists Olivia Brunsting & Caroline Christensen shared more about their investigative story, "R(A)eality of Being an RA."
Can jokes be defamatory?
In this Legal Question of the Week, SPLC experts discuss whether jokes published in student media can be deemed defamatory or not.
West Virginia Protects Student Press Freedom
West Virginia adopted the Student Journalist Press Freedom Protection Act, becoming the 17th New Voices state!
Student journalists from 40+ HBCUs take to the White House for a press briefing with VP Harris
Student journalists from over 40 HBCUs took to the White House press room on Feb. 23 to participate in an exclusive press briefing.
What we learned about student press freedom from our time as co-chairs
The 2023 Student Press Freedom Day co-chairs reflected on the experience and what they've learned in the past few months in the role.
Gary Green Joins SPLC as Executive Director
A fierce First Amendment advocate, veteran journalist and accomplished leader has been named the Student Press Law Center’s next executive director.
Guest Post: Why I’m a Future Journalist
This article was originally published on the Freedom Forum website. The author, Sana Muneer, is a 2022 Free Spirit scholar.
Bold student journalists take action on Student Press Freedom Day
Student journalists across the country (and beyond) made their voices heard during the fifth annual Student Press Freedom Day.
Take Action for Student Press Freedom Day!
Join your peers, SPLC staff and special guests Mary Beth Tinker (Tinker v. Des Moines) and Cathy Kuhlmeier (Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier) this Student Press Freedom Day to take action for student press freedom!
From the Back of an Envelope: Reflections on Student Press Freedom Day, Bold Journalism and Brave Advocacy
SPLC Executive Director Hadar Harris reflects on the growth of Student Press Freedom Day and how it led to this year's celebrations.