NORTH CAROLINA — Alexis Wray, editor in chief of The A&T Register at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, is among the few who was looking forward to Hurricane Florence’s east coast arrival on Thursday. “I am extremely excited,” Wray said. She’s not excited about the Category 2 hurricane, but does want to be a source of… Continue reading As Hurricane Florence crashes into the Carolinas, student journalists report through the storm
At one distribution location, security footage showed a man walk out of frame with a stack of newspapers and returning empty-handed “before picking up another stack and walking out of frame once again."
A radio host’s 2009 public records lawsuit will get another look after the South Carolina Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s decision to dismiss the case Wednesday.
A former student at North Charleston’s School of the Arts has filed a lawsuit against her school district for violating her due process rights while determining her punishment for a tweet she posted about her classmate.
Student editors at Winthrop University say their reporting on their new president has prompted what they see as harassment from a trustee.
The South Carolina attorney general intervened Tuesday in a state Supreme Courtcase to decide whether school administrator associations fall under the SouthCarolina Freedom of Information Act.
Theautomated operator on Benedict College’s phone service welcomes callers, sayingthe college is “a power for good in the 21st century.”
Samantha Norman would disagree. In fact, she said after the recent censorship dispute she’s lost a lot of respect for the college and that although she plans to earn a master’s degree, she will not pursue it from Benedict College.
A South Carolina student newspaper inOrangeburg was pulled from the presses this week over an advertisement a schooladministrator deemed unfit for print.
SOUTH CAROLINA -- The state supreme court ruled Monday that a school district violated the state Freedom of Information Act when it refused to release information about final candidates for a superintendent position.
A 15-year-old high school student is suing a school district fordisciplining her when she tried to wear clothing that featured the Confederateflag.