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Syracuse Univ. student kicked off campus court after publishing critical column

(11/01/99 12:00am)

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.

New York university director of admissions steals 1,200 copies of student paper

(11/01/99 12:00am)

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.

Second Circuit Court rules in decade-old student government election case

(07/13/07 12:00am)

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.