When school admin attempted to censor their yearbook and halt distribution, The Greyhound staff contacted SPLC for help and fought back.
District officials face a lawsuit for shutting down the Viking Saga student newspaper after the paper ran stories addressing LGBTQIA+ issues.
West Virginia adopted the Student Journalist Press Freedom Protection Act, becoming the 17th New Voices state!
Student journalists from over 40 HBCUs took to the White House press room on Feb. 23 to participate in an exclusive press briefing.
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.
Nathalie Miranda from the Pearl Post shared what it was like writing their story that sparked a nation-wide discussion on student press freedom.
The Greyhound Yearbook & reporter Sara Ward, and The Nordic News' Kellen Hoard, Mireya Avalos & Tammi Tran win SPLC's 2022 high school press freedom awards.
The Student Press Law Center welcomes the LAUSD's decision to drop unlawful disciplinary action against CA adviser Adriana Chavira.
While Sept. 17 is a day to celebrate the U.S. Constitution and all of the rights and protections it affords, it's ironic to celebrate when there are so many threats to press freedom.
For immediate release: December 22, 2021 For more information: Andrew Benson | firstname.lastname@example.org Download as a PDF Student Press Law Center commends New Jersey and Gov. Phil Murphy for codifying student press freedom WASHINGTON — The Student Press Law Center (SPLC) commends the State of New Jersey and Gov. Phil Murphy for their recent passage and yesterday’s… Continue reading New Jersey Becomes 15th New Voices State