The San Francisco State University administration disciplined a student in December who allegedly destroyed thousands of copies of the student newspaper.
After threatening to inflict a prior review policy on a high school student newspaper, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights has dropped the complaint against the school.
A federal court of appeals has thrown out a professor's challenge to a University of Oklahoma policy that limits the use of Internet discussion groups.
Student journalists in Michigan will have a weapon against newspaper theft if a bill passes through the state legislature.
Although 76 percent of Americans support the right of tabloid newspapers to publish what they want, fewer Americans believe that high school students should be able to publish what they choose.
After six years of struggle, a case that could decide if student publications in high school are an extension of the school administration may reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
Even though a bill aimed at opening campus disciplinary proceedings has stalled in Congress, it has inspired lawmakers to address campus crime while they are reauthorizing the Higher Education Act.
Cynthia Hanifin's fight for her First Amendment rights is on hold until her attorney locates a witness in the case against her former high school principal.
To counter a state-imposed alcohol advertising ban in college newspapers, The Daily Collegian at Penn State University took an unorthodox way to retaliate.
Warning of a "profound threat" to university journalists and educators, a coalition led by the Student Press Law Center that includes every major national organization of college journalists and journalism educators as well as the schools, faculty or department heads from every accredited college journalism program in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee are preparing to file a friend of the court brief before the federal U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit , urging it to reverse the federal district court1s decision in Kincaid v. Gibson applying a high school censorship standard to college student media.