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In what is believed to be the first case of student journalists successfully using an Anti-SLAPP statute, a California judge dismissed a libel lawsuit filed against San Jose State university's student newspaper,\nThe Spartan Daily, by a San Jose police officer.
A university newspaper lost a major open meetings
battle on June 1 when the California Supreme Court ruled in favor
of the University of California's Board of Regents. The Daily Nexus at the University of California at Santa
Barbara alleged that through private phone calls, the 25-member
board of regents, which included then-Gov. Pete Wilson, solicited votes to repeal the university's affirmative action policy before a public meeting on July 20, 1995.
In a settlement with a student who accused University
of California at San Diego administrators of violating his free speech
rights, the university has agreed to revise its free-speech policies, and
attorneys for the entire University of California system have agreed to
review anti-harassment policies at the system's nine campuses to ensure
students' free speech rights aren't being violated.
Members of the Latino community at California
State University at Sacramento protested a front page photo in
the university's student newspaper by stealing 3,000 copies of
A University of California -- Berkeley graduate journalism student -- who previously served more than half a year in jail for defying a federal subpoena -- faces student conduct disciplinary charges after filming a group of protestors that barricaded themselves in a building on campus.
Two student press-friendly bills are making their way through the California
State Assembly -- one that would prohibit the theft of free publications
and another that is designed to protect the First Amendment rights of college
Police are investigating
hate crime and terrorist threat charges against a middle school student who
posted comments about another student on a MySpace.com group that school
officials deemed threatening.
One anonymous caller to the newsroom threatened to trash copies of the student
newspaper; another mysterious caller declared the papers were being temporarily
high school student is alleging school officials violated her First Amendment
rights when they ordered her to remove a small American flag from her back
High school administrators in Tennessee, Florida and California
earned a place on the same blacklist as President Bush, the Department of
Justice and the Federal Communications Commission chairman.
federal appeals court ruled yesterday that a school district was justified in
barring a student from wearing a T-shirt with anti-gay
In a victory for free-expression advocates, the state Supreme Court ruled last
week that sexually themed speech in a communications workplace was not grounds
for sexual harassment.
Two bills that would help protect student newspapers in California from
censorship and theft are making their way through the California State
A television station licensed through the San Mateo County
Community College District could be punished for airing a Martin
Scorsese-produced blues documentary if the Federal Communications Commission has
student in Riverside, Calif., filed a
lawsuit last week against his high school
after school officials suspended him for advertising an off-campus protest and
later stopped him from wearing an anti-immigration T-shirt.
Student journalists at Pasadena City College are currently
waiting for the release of a police report detailing the May 8 theft of nearly
5,000 copies of their newspaper, the
High school students in Whittier say their principal is not allowing
them to publish the June issue of their student newspaper as punishment for their May issue, which
focused on sex.
A student editor is working to redistribute copies of her paper containing an
student suicides that she salvaged from a dumpster last week.
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals this week denied an appeal for the full court
to hear the case of a student who was prohibited from wearing a T-shirt with
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication passed a resolution censuring Ocean County College in New Jersey for terminating the adviser of the school's student newspaper.