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Citing a "continuous decline in the quality of the content," the mostly student-led publications board at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, suspended publication in late January of the school's student newspaper, the Exponent, according to a report in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A federal appeals court in Cincinnati will hear arguments tomorrow in a case that seriously threatens the First Amendment protections available to public college students and faculty.
New battle lines were drawn in the war over whether college administrators can legally silence certain forms of student expression in a small courtoom in Cincinnati Thursday.
The Noronia Hills High School junior's attorney, Kenneth D.
Myers, told the Akron Beacon Journal that school officials overreacted because of the shooting
at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., which took place
the week before the column was published.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled on May 15 that public
school principals are neither "public officials" nor
"public figures" for the purposes of defamation law. The case began with the March 1995 firing of John McIntosh from
his position as principal of East Canton High School.
A student-run, statewide audit of public records access at public universities in Ohio uncovered dozens of instances of non-compliance with state open records laws.
State University has reversed an order that would have required all student
athletes at the school to delete their Facebook.com profiles by Aug.
OHIO -- A student at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College was threatened with suspension and escorted off campus on May 30 for distributing fliers supporting the school janitors' campaign for higher wages.
OHIO -- A doctoral candidate at Kent State University has created an online, interactive map chronicling incidents involving student press censorship.
Three students at Findlay University in Findlay,
Ohio, were seen on campus security cameras taking stacks of issues of The
Pulse, the university's student-run weekly newspaper, campus security
and the newspaper said. Students Kelsey Wesaw, Caitlyn Yoder and Sarah
Frankart -- members of the school's volleyball team -- are
alleged to have taken the newspaper in response to an article about an
off-campus fight involving two other members of the team, The Pulse reported in its Oct. 18 issue.
The audience for Yellow Springs High
School's "One Acts," an annual fundraiser showing one-act
plays written and directed by students, saw one less play Friday when a senior
refused to alter character dialogue prohibited by administrators.
About 2,500 copies of Kent State University's student
paper went missing Tuesday morning from at least 12 campus locations.
Newspaper thefts occurred at four college campuses last week, ranging from
a few hundred to several thousand missing copies.
The Cincinnati School Board is hoping a post office box will shield superintendent candidates' resumes from public records requests until all applications are in.
A student tasked with designing the cover of an Ohio high school yearbook slipped some profanity into the image, forcing administrators to temporarily halt distribution.
Media organizations have joined together to try to
persuade the Big Ten conference to change its media credential requirements,
criticizing the policy's language because it may restrict them from
effectively covering the conference's athletic events, according to a
letter sent Thursday to the Big Ten.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio is
threatening to take legal action against administrators if they continue to
force the censorship of an obituary and photograph of a recently deceased
student in the student newspaper of Stow-Munroe Falls High School.
Stow-Munroe Falls High School's student newspaper, The
Stohion, has resumed publication after being put on hold since late 2009 due
to administrative censorship.
A student photojournalist was
briefly detained by university police last week while covering the escape of two
cows on Ohio State University's campus.
The Ohio State University director of public safety announced
Tuesday that the university does not recommend criminal charges be filed against a student photojournalist
detained while covering the escape of two cows on campus last month.