Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
-- A state bill that would protect high school newspapers from
censorship is not picking up any steam more than a year after it was proposed.
And the Michigan Press Association’s decision not to support the bill is
not helping matters, one student press advocate said.
The student newspaper at Michigan State University filed a lawsuit Friday to gain access to a campus police incident report of an alleged Feb. 23 assault on campus.
county circuit court yesterday denied the student newspaper at Michigan State
University access to a campus police incident report about an assault that took
place in February.
MICHIGAN -- News that the president of Eastern Michigan University was dismissed Sunday after the school violated federal safety laws may help the student newspaper at Michigan State University get access to campus police records it requested in March 2006.
A student at Michigan State University is asking
the Department of Education to investigate his claim that the university
violated his privacy rights by releasing investigative records concerning his
The state Supreme Court on Wednesday sent a student
newspaper's lawsuit seeking police reports back to a lower court for
A judge ruled Michigan State University officials must turn over select police files to its student newspaper after a three-year legal battle that might not be over.
A Michigan State University ordinance that was used to convict a law student for disrupting a parking enforcement employee has been struck down as unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court.
A photo published in its features section upset some members of the institution’s black community. In response, editors removed the photo from the news organization’s website Monday afternoon.
With added responsibilities and differing life experiences, nontraditional students — a growing population — often feel they are not well represented in their student newspaper. When nontraditional students join the newspaper staff, however, they are often able to broaden the organization’s news coverage.
An appellate court judge has ordered Michigan State University to release the names of football and men's basketball players when they are identified as suspects in police reports that ESPN requested.
Three Michigan State University football players have been charged in a sexual assault case that has been shrouded in secrecy by the university.
Michigan's Supreme Court will be asked to consider whether university regents can lawfully continue excluding the public from "informal meetings" held before each public board meeting, where the bulk of substantive discussion actually takes place.
Michigan State University filed a lawsuit against ESPN after a reporter filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the university police department for reports related to sexual assault allegations.