The Department of Education found that a formerpolicy at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., incorrectlyinterpreted the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and violatedthe Clery Act by requiring student victims of sexual assault to abide byconfidentiality agreements.
A federal judge on Thursday issued a permanentinjunction barring Virginia's Alcoholic Beverage Control board fromenforcing two regulations that ban certain kinds of alcohol advertisements innewspapers.
A federal judge on Monday struck down astate ban on alcohol advertisements in student media, ruling the ban violatedthe First Amendment rights of student publications.
The Virginia Senate Tuesday passed a bill that, ifsigned by the governor, will prevent disclosure of the identities of anonymousdonors to three public universities.
The state attorney general's office has filed itsresponse to a lawsuit that challengesthe constitutionality of a regulation prohibiting college student publicationsfrom running alcohol advertisements.
Two college student newspapers are challenging the constitutionality of aVirginia state regulation that prohibits college student publications from publishingalcohol ads.