When George “Trey” Barnett was suspended from the University of Tulsa without a disciplinary hearing for violating the institution’s harassment policy and for sharing information about his pending disciplinary case, he asked the student newspaper to investigate.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia’s actions were “substantially justified” when it failed to provide a student journalist a timeline indicating when his public records request would be fulfilled and for delaying the delivery of the records, a county court ruled last week.
Los Angeles City College (LACC) administrators and the school's student newspaper adviser and staff are at odds over a proposed plan to incorporate the newspaper's budget into the student activities department, a move student journalists fear would give administrators an opening to exercise prior review over the contents of the paper.
Two former Kansas State University students who suedtheir school over their newspaper adviser's removal will not get a rehearingfrom the appellate court that dismissed their case.
The University of Tulsa is investigating an incident in which copies of The Collegian, the school’s student newspaper, were stolen and then placed back on news stands with unauthorized inserts.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Nov. 13 in its review of a lower court?s ruling that upheld the 2004 dismissal of a Kansas State University student newspaper adviser.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced last week it will review a ruling in November that upheld the dismissal of a Kansas State University student newspaper adviser based on content decisions made by student editors.
A university student is suing Penn State University to challenge theschool's anti-discrimination and harassment policies, which he claims ''suppress the discussion of controversialviewpoints.''