The student newspaper at Fayetteville State University began publishing again in October after almost a month without funds.
Tag: Winter 1997-98
Story claims education law can dictate news content
A small section of an article published in the August edition of The American School Board Journal poses a potential threat to high school journalists.
University of Mississippi denies all photographers access to controversial student government meeting
Photographers had to leave their cameras at the door of a highly publicized and controversial student senate meeting at the University of Mississippi in October.
Private college editor fights for her rights
Battling what the student newspaper at the University of Incarnate Word described as censorship by the administration, the editor delivered the university president an ultimatum this fall and printed it in the newspaper.
Teen runs for school board seat after struggling with principal
An 18-year-old lost a bid for a seat on his school board on Nov. 4, but won a censorship battle against his principal last June.
College newspaper editor gets the boot
A Florida student who is suing his college said he believes censorship played a role in the loss of his position at the student newspaper.
Reporter saves seized newspapers
A student received a standing ovation from teachers and students in September after winning a newspaper censorship battle with her principal at Northeast High School in St. Petersburg.
Administration steals newspaper
The administration was behind the disappearance of about 500 copies of the student newspaper at Kansas City, Kan., Community College in September.
Fixing the blame: Level of editorial control determines schools' liability for student media
In reality, the best advice for most schools that want to protect their pocketbooks and stay out of court is to refrain from editorial decision-making and content control of student publications.
Stanford settles two-year debate
Stanford University and the Stanford Daily reached a settlement agreement in October in a 2-year-old lawsuit regarding the newspaper's distribution on campus.