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When multiple football players and a team trainer at AHS in Avon, Ind., told student reporter Marina Hennessy about "pretty brutal" hazing beatings of freshman and sophomore players by other players during a summer training camp that involved electrical cords and socks stuffed with tennis balls, she knew it was news.
With its legendary football and basketball teams struggling, the hottest\nticket in South Bend this year might be to the meetings between the\nObserver, Notre Dame's student newspaper, and university officials.
Trevor Shirley expected to get some reaction when his high school
yearbook published photos of students
lighting a marijuana pipe and
drinking alcohol, but not the
“city-wide hot topic” he said it has become.
A state court ruled last month that the Indianapolis Star could not have access to Indiana University records pertaining to the investigation of former basketball coach Bob Knight because the records were protected by attorney-client privilege.
The Student Publications Committee and editors of The Shield, the University of Southern Indiana’s student newspaper, are clashing over how a recent case of newspaper theft should be handled.
Officials at two Indiana universities are investigating separate cases of newspaper theft that occurred during the schools’ respective homecoming festivities.
INDIANA -- In a new school where she will launch a fledgling newspaper, Amy Sorrell can finally put behind her a battle against school officials sparked by an editorial suggesting tolerance for gay people.
A West Lafayette High School sophomore said she and
several other students were punished last week after criticizing an
administrator on a Facebook group site.
The dispute between The Electron staff at Franklin Community High School and their principal --
who wanted to enact a prior review policy after a January newspaper spread on
sex --was resolved Wednesday.
Newspaper thefts occurred at four college campuses last week, ranging from
a few hundred to several thousand missing copies.
The president of Butler University is defending the university's decision to
file a lawsuit against a blogger they claimed had repeatedly libeled two
Butler University dropped a libel lawsuit against an anonymous blogger but is
pursuing disciplinary action against him.
The student newspaper at Notre Dame University and
Saint Mary's College, The Observer, has accepted the resignation of
its former assistant managing editor, Kara King, its Web site confirms.
The editor-in-chief of Lake Central High School's student
newspaper, The Scout, said he felt intimidated when he addressed the
school board Monday night to ask that school officials be forced to return the
papers they confiscated from newsstands last week.
The C. A. Beard Memorial School Corporation
officially fired the Knightstown High School yearbook and newspaper adviser last
week following controversy over including a section in the yearbook about
The police department at Purdue University wants to strengthen its relationship with the campus newspaper after a recent run-in between an officer and a student journalist.
school violated the First Amendment when it punished members of its volleyball
team for posting pictures of penis-shaped lollipops on the Internet, a federal
judge ruled Wednesday.
southeast Indiana journalism adviser sued Greater Clark County Schools on
Wednesday, claiming administrators retaliated against her for supporting the
First Amendment rights of students.
Students who made three fake Twitter accounts impersonating their principal,
wrestling and basketball coach are facing suspension and possible expulsion from Lawrence North High
that would allow schools to punish students for off-campus activities could see
Indiana students suspended or even expelled for off-campus speech.