The University of Missouri System does not have to release course syllabi because they are protected by copyright laws, a state appellate court ruled last week — a decision the National Council on Teacher Quality plans to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Editors' note: This week, we're welcoming SPLC's fall interns, Samantha Sunne and Samantha Vicent (that's not confusing at all, right?). The two will be covering news affecting student media through December, and we're so excited to have the chance to work with them.
The University of Missouriabandoned its student conduct investigation Thursday of two former studentnewspaper editors who recently resigned over a controversial April Fools'edition of The Maneater.
Staterepresentatives have filed a bill that could overturn a University of Missouripolicy banning the sharing of classroom recordings.
A Missouri student photojournalist has been given a chance to have all charges dismissed after being cited for his conduct while photographing a fire.
Thieves stole 6,000 copies of the student newspaper at the University of Missouri at Columbia — half of the Sept. 7 press run.