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Students at Crescent Valley High School in
Corvallis raised almost $850 to publish an uncensored version
of their school's literary magazine after a principal objected
to the inclusion of a story about sex abuse and a profanity-filled
play in the magazine.
after staff of the ''radical'' left-wing student newspaper at the
University of Oregon dropped off March's issue at the university's
mailroom, they got an anonymous call.
School administrators are asking a federal district court to dismiss a First
Amendment lawsuit stemming from the suspension of eight members of the
Clatskanie High School basketball team in 2001.
OREGON -- A bill that will protect the press rights of high school and college journalists squeaked by on a narrow vote of 16-14 on the Oregon Senate floor Monday and is awaiting a concurrence from the state's House of Representatives before it is sent to Gov.
OREGON -- A bill seeking to protect high school and college student press rights will likely be signed into law by Gov. Ted Kulongoski (D) within a week, lawmakers say.
OREGON -- Gov. Ted Kulongoski (D) has indicated he will, by the end of the month, sign a bill that aims to protect high school and college student press rights in the state.
When Western Oregon University student journalist Blair Loving opened up a mysteriously placed file on the university's public server last June, he thought he would find information about the College of Education.
A lawsuit brought by several former Clatskanie High School basketball players who were kicked off their team after petitioning their coach to resign will continue after the U.S. District Court for Oregon denied the Clatskanie School District's motion for summary judgment Feb. 12.
Staffers for Oregon State University's student
newspaper, the Daily Barometer, found all six of the paper's outdoor
distribution racks empty Friday morning.
OREGON -- The student newspaperadviser at Central
Oregon Community College said she thinks a front-page article about a student
government member prompted the theft of one quarter of Wednesday's copies
of The Broadside.
A University of Oregon student Senate
committee disregarded the state's open meetings law, according to student
government President Sam Dotters-Katz.
After a year beset with conflict -- ranging from an online security breach to the ousting of an adviser to
allegations of First Amendment violations -- members of the journalism
community at Western Oregon University are ready for a fresh start.
The College Media Advisers board of directors voted this month to censure Western Oregon University in Monmouth, Ore., for its dismissal of a former student newspaper adviser.
The staff of an independent publication at Oregon State University says they are being censored by not being permitted to distribute across campus.
The Alliance Defense Fund filed a lawsuit Sept. 30
against Oregon State University on behalf of the school's unofficial
student paper, The Liberty, seeking to reverse the school's removal
of newspaper distribution bins from campus.
Lawyers for The Liberty, an independent publication at
Oregon State University, filed a motion for reconsideration after a judge ruled in
favor of the university in a lawsuit filed by the paper.
The adviser of Forest Grove High School's
student newspaper Viking Log was removed from her position following a
complaint about a student comment published in the paper.
Newspaper adviser Loradona May will not be returning to
North Douglas High School next year after an editorial about enforcement of the
school's dress code caused controversy.
A community college student newspaper staff fears its funding will be cut because of an investigative series on student government corruption.
Media Advisers will no longer consider Western Oregon University a school that
infringes on the rights of its student journalists thanks to a unanimous
decision by the group’s board of directors this month to lift a two-year