Los Angeles Times reporters Michael Finnegan and Gale Holland discuss their series about mismanagement of college construction projects and offer tips for journalists.
Joel Campbell of Brigham Young University discusses just-passed legislation in Utah that will dramatically alter that state's public records law.
Attorney Enrique Armijo of Covington & Burling LLP discusses a key First Amendment case involving the right to broadcast leaked video and the privacy rights of juveniles.
Mc Nelly Torres of the Florida Center for Investigative reporting discusses her recent story on unaccredited, for-profit high schools.
Reporter Nathan Halverson of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat discusses his investigation of the Sonoma State University Academic Foundation.
Colorado high school journalism adviser Mark Newton discusses the Scholastic Journalism Institute, a think tank focusing on threats to scholastic journalism.
Randy Swikle of the Illinois Journalism Education Association and Shawn Healy of the McCormick Foundation discuss the newly-released Protocol for Free & Responsible Student News Media.
Tyler Buller, former school board member in Johnston, Iowa, and Leslie Shipp, newspaper adviser at Johnston High School, discuss local policies that can help protect student press rights.
Dan Reimold of College Media Matters and author of the book Sex and the University: Celebrity, Controversy, and a Student Journalism Revolution discusses trends in college newspaper sex columns.
Ben Protess of the Huffington Post Investigative Fund shares his experience researching and reporting on the tie-in agreements hundreds of colleges and universities in the U.S. have with with credit card companies.
In one of the most media-centric cities in the U.S., why is the number of high school newspapers dwindling? Brooklyn College Professor Jessica Siegel discusses her study on the journalism programs in New York City high schools.
Kelly Furnas, Virginia Tech media adviser, discusses his plans as the new executive director of the Journalism Education Association (JEA).
Campus Progress' David Spett and Michael Tracey, Editor-in-Chief of the Campus Progress paper The Perspective at The College of New Jersey, weigh in on the benefits and risks of non-profit campus journalism.
David Cuillier and Charles Davis, the authors of the new book The Art of Access: Strategies for Accessing Public Records, address the importance of using records in student journalism and offer tips on how to do it successfully.
Clay Calvert of University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communications and Bob Richards of the Pennsylvania Center for the First Amendment discuss the impact of two online speech rulings handed down by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Columbia College Professor Suzanne McBride and her students Nicole Leonhardt and Patrick Smith discuss their investigation into Illinois' discretionary tuition-waiver program for state legislators that drives up educational costs for all the state universities' students.
Reporter Kristen Lombardi from the Center for Public Integrity details her investigation into the institutional barriers that face victims of sexual assault on campus — and journalists covering these crimes — that resulted in her project titled "Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice."
Keith Evans of the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas joins reporters Erin Cooper and Julie Vrazel in discussing their investigation into Tarleton State University's Clery Act violations.
S. Daniel Carter, director of public policy for Security on Campus, Inc., answers one of the most common questions college journalists raise: How do I get my hands on the police reports my college doesn't want me to see?
Chicago Tribune reporters Jodi Cohen, Tara Malone and Stacy St. Clair discuss their investigation into the admission policies of University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne and how journalists can use open records laws to crack into universities' secrets.