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Citing New Federal Campus Crime Law, Missouri Judge Orders School to Release Campus Court Records

(02/01/99 12:00am)

In the first case involving application of the federal campus crime reporting laws enacted last fall, a Missouri judge ruled on January 26 that Southwest Missouri State University was required to open certain student disciplinary records to the public. Three days after the ruling, the university released the names of five students who had been found guilty in campus judicial proceedings of violent or sexual offenses.















Enrollment director bans student newspaper from career fair because of 'negative' story

(10/17/08 12:00am)

Administrators at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin have launched an investigation to decide whether Derek Skaggs,* student enrollment director, violated the Chart, the student newspaper,staff's First Amendment rights after he banned the paper from a career fair for a story about declining enrollment.






Timberland student journalists, parents plan to speak out at board meeting

(03/10/10 12:00am)

Fed up with months of prior review and censorship, staff members of Timberland High School's The Wolf's Howl, students, parents and community members plan to speak out against restrictive policies and the resignation of journalism adviser, Cathy McCandless, at the Wentzville school board meeting on March 18.