The advisory board of Howard University'sstudent paper voted Wednesday to allow the Hilltop to publish online-onlyissues for the rest of the semester.
The U.S. House of Representatives onThursday passed a bill that would require colleges and universities to releasemore campus safety information and issue public warnings within 30 minutes of athreat or emergency.
The wheels are once again in motion forGeorgetown's student newspaper The Hoya to become independent from theuniversity.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday that it will hear a student freedom of expression case that involves a high school student’s right to display a banner at an off-campus event.
School district officials in Alaska have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review a federal court of appeals ruling concerning censorship of a student's drug-referencing banner, with a little help from former Whitewater special council Kenneth Starr.
A federal bill that would givejournalists the ability to protect the identities of confidential sources wouldalso apply to paid student reporters, senators' aides say.
Admissions staff at Catholic University of Americaremoved copies of the student newspaper Friday from a rack outside theadmissions office.