NEW YORK-- A student at the State University of New York at Albany sued the university-affiliated Auxiliary Services Corp.
CALIFORNIA — Students at Richard Nixon's alma mater are used to hearing about the legacy of their most famous alumnus.
NEW JERSEY-- Statewide, journalists are likely to rejoice in July when an antiquated and restrictive open-records law will be replaced, but after their access to campus crime logs was recently denied, student journalists at William Paterson University especially are counting down the days.\n
When the Pioneer Times stepped up its coverage of campus police in mid-March, its access to crime logs at the public university in Wayne was suddenly curtailed, adviser Liz Birge said.
MICHIGAN-- After a five-year legal battle, a state appeals court ruled in January that law enforcement officials at private colleges can be deputized by local sheriff's departments, giving them the authority to enforce the law both on and off campus.\n
The decision, handed down in January by the Michigan Court of Appeals, appears to give student journalists increased access to records of arrests carried out by campus police at such schools, said Dawn Phillips Hertz, general counsel for the Michigan Press Association.
MONTANA — The Great Falls school board voted on March 11 to expel a high school senior who had posted pictures on his personal Web site under the heading "10 Hottest Freshman Girls."
Kenny Volk, who is currently attending nearby C.M.
TENNESSEE -- Beginning in October, convicted sex offenders must register with the state bureau of investigation under a law signed by Gov.