A journalism adviser who wasat the center of a controversy surrounding a yearbook article about an openlygay student has been reassigned.
Some community members are asking for an investigation of the yearbook adviser at Lenoir City High School, after the 2012 book included an article about an openly gay student.
Ahigh school student in a predominantly Christian town has had her atheism editorialcensored, with her superintendent claiming the column would pose “academicchallenges” to the school district.
The airwaves of thenation’s “Music City” are operating without a 58-year-old staple.
The decision whether to sell the broadcast license forVanderbilt University's student radio station has been put on hold.
One Tennessee school district being sued for blocking access to Web sites with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender content while allowing students to view anti-gay sites has unfiltered the content this week.
A popular, controversial Web site has been bannedfrom Tennessee State University servers in Nashville, Tenn., making it the firststate-funded university to impose a ban on the Web site.
Four student athletes who were kicked off their high school football team after circulating a petition critical of their coach filed an appeal Friday for the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their case.
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals deniedfull-court review to four former Jefferson County High School football playerswho were kicked off the team after petitioning against their coach.
Members of the Vanderbilt Student Communications Board voted Tuesday to fire the editor in chief of the student newspaper for falsifying information in a Feb. 8 article.