A federal magistrate has dismissed as frivolous a libel lawsuit filed by a North Carolina politician who claimed his 2012 presidential campaign was destroyed by a profile written by two student journalists from St. Michael's College.
A statesenator is hoping the second time’s the charm when it comes to student freeexpression legislation in Vermont.
Concerns for student privacy have evolved into adiscussion on how best to oversee the student newspaper at Middlebury Union HighSchool.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a t-shirt depicting George W. Bush as a drug and alcohol abuser should not have been censored by a Vermont High School in 2004.
As a growing number of high school students find themselves facing legal battles regarding censorship, legislators are trying to establish or change existing laws regarding student expression and student press rights.
A commercial newspaper cannot access disciplinary records of students in the Vermont state college system, but it can learn the “final results” of some campus crimes, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled in September.