After battling censorship of a student television program last year, Blair High School student journalists may face another fight, this time for all student media in the county.
A student who thought he was just getting involved with a political campaign has ended up suing his university.
A teacher suggested a student should not voice his opinions in school. The student did, and got expelled. Then he sued.
Boston University hopes a lawsuit will help its students beat the temptation to cheat.
Student journalists are fighting for their rights as their adviser fights for her job.
In an unexpected about face, Miami University of Ohio asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a decision that the university must turn over campus disciplinary records involving campus crime. The Supreme Court refused to review the case in early December.
The event that student press advocates had both anticipated and feared for a decade finally occurred in November. A court upheld the censorship of a college student publication based on the U.S. Supreme Court's 1988 Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier decision.
A high school student's political editorial almost became the focus of a state investigation in Vernon this fall.
The U.S. Department of Education declared this fall that Miami University of Ohio is in violation of federal law requiring accurate reporting of campus crime.
If allowed to stand, a Nov. 14 decision by a Kentucky federal district court would mark the first time the Hazelwood standard has been used to justify the censorship of a college publication.