? The story "Students, adviser reach agreements with college," in the Fall 2007 SPLC Report, should have noted that the student paper at Ocean County College did receive the right to choose its own Web site as part of its settlement with the school.

Editors under fire

When criticism and scrutiny hit the newsroom, it is the editor who absorbs much of the flak. Keeping a cool head -- and having a little media savvy -- is important when hoards of protesters are calling for your removal, collegiate press experts say. But having a good understanding of school speech policies, your publication board's bylaws and the law might help more when fighting to keep your job.

Free-speech rights upheld in modern-day Tinker

Just months after a lone United States Supreme Court Justice said he thought "the Constitution does not afford students a right to free speech in public schools," a federal district judge upheld three students' rights in a modern-day Tinker case, affirming once again that students can wear black armbands as a silent protest and do not lose their First Amendment rights at school.