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A Syracuse University law student was fired from his position on the school's judicial board within hours of his column in The Daily Orange, SU's student newspaper, that criticized administrators in the school's Office of Judicial Affairs for improperly interfering in the judicial process.
The Director of Admissions at Skidmore College admitted that she and two of her colleagues removed more than a thousand copies of the student newspaper from the campus center because she feared it would offend approximately 200 high school students and their parents at the college's open house.
On Sept. 21--the day of their first staff
meeting of the school year--the editors of Freeport High School's
student newspaper learned that their longtime adviser had been
fired, the free-press guidelines the newspaper had operated under
for 30 years were gone and the newspaper itself had been eliminated.
After an anti-military ad ran in Warwick Valley High School's student
newspaper, the school board voted to limit ads to those selling a product, not a
Syracuse University students regained control of their
television station Monday, nearly six months after Chancellor Nancy Cantor shut
down the student-run station in response to a news satire show.
The creators of an anti-war Web site, West Point Grads Against the War, are facing off with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point after the academy claimed the site violated trademark laws.
Some Brooklyn College graduate students are contemplating legal action after
city officials closed down their graduation art show last month because several
works of art were deemed not ''family friendly.''
attorney for Dylan Finkle, who was suspended from his middle school in 2003 for
writing a horror story and reading it aloud in class, has filed a petition for
re-hearing after a federal appeals court rejected his appeal.
than a month after city officials shut down their graduation art show, 18
masters degree students at Brooklyn College have filed a
lawsuit in a federal district
The New York City Department of Education’s decision to adopt a more strict punishment for students who express themselves outside of school grounds using the Internet is raising constitutional questions among some free expression advocates.
Le Moyne College's student newspaper, The Dolphin, resumed publication last week with a new adviser and new staff members -- 10 months after its former staff voted to halt publication.
Student government leaders and staff members of the Outlook, the State University of New York at Rockland’s student newspaper, signed an agreement last week ending an ongoing funding conflict between the two organizations.
NEW YORK -- The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals partially upheld a district court ruling today, finding that a college president did violate the First Amendment when she nullified student elections after the school newspaper published an endorsement for a candidate. The court also remanded the determination of the president's liability to the district court.
NEW YORK -- An eighth-grader's suspension for sharing an AOL Instant Messenger buddy icon depicting his teacher being shot was upheld by the Second U.S.
A New York Civil Liberties Union representative attended a school board meeting Oct. 23 to try and reach an agreement with the district on how to address the principal's "mistake" in sending home a student wearing a shirt with the message "gay? fine by me."
The Spencer-Van Etten Central School District
agreed to make a public statement supporting students' right to wear T-shirts
with controversial messages, satisfying demands made by civil liberties
advocates after a student was punished for wearing a shirt supporting gay
More than 2,000 copies of the Feb. 6 edition of the
student paper at the State University of New York at Brockport were stolen over
a period of five days.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to review a
2007 appellate court ruling that said student government officials could not be
sued for violating student journalists' First Amendment rights.
Charles O'Malley, a former director of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and for decades one of the nation's leading advocates for the advancement of student journalism, died Wednesday on the opening day of the association's 84th annual convention. He was 93.
A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a
Cornell University graduate's $1 million lawsuit that claimed a campus
newspaper libeled him in a 1983 article that linked him to burglary and theft