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In a settlement with a student who accused University
of California at San Diego administrators of violating his free speech
rights, the university has agreed to revise its free-speech policies, and
attorneys for the entire University of California system have agreed to
review anti-harassment policies at the system's nine campuses to ensure
students' free speech rights aren't being violated.
College newspaper editors say they are impressed with their state for taking college press freedom seriously by crafting laws aimed at stunting censorship and punishing newspaper thieves.
CALIFORNIA -- Students at the University of California at San Diego used fliers and the social networking site Facebook.com to protest the administration's proposed new restrictions on student free speech and free assembly.
The Associated Students of University of
California San Diego (ASUCSD) has frozen funding for all student-funded media
after an outcry over statements broadcast on the Student Run Television (SRTV)
Journalism programs and student newspapers at community colleges across the state of California face cuts this year.
A satirical newspaper at the University of California at San Diego could lose funding because of itsJune edition, which portrayed the religious and cultural practices of Muslims in a sexual manner.
The San Diego American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against UC-San Diego administrators, claiming the Associated Students Council violated a controversial newspaper’s First Amendment rights by eliminating funding for student print media.
In a brief filed Monday, the SPLC and seven national press-freedom organizations argue that a federal district judge erred in concluding that a public university can discontinue funding for student media anytime for any reason, even if motivated to punish the editors for unwanted viewpoints.
A nonprofit group had filed against the newsroom, arguing that it's a conflict of interest for an adjunct professor to host her news site at a university for essentially free.