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PRESS RELEASE: Appeals Court Urged to Uphold Ban on Discriminatory Alcohol Advertising Regulations

(05/22/09 12:00am)

The Student Press Law Center ("SPLC"), a national non-profit advocacy group devoted to defending student journalists' First Amendment rights, is urging a federal appeals court to uphold a lower court's decision striking down selective Virginia regulations that restrict the words college student newspapers can use in advertisements for alcohol and bars.

Financial turmoil at Virginia Tech’s student newspaper leads to editorial leadership shakedown

(04/02/15 5:00pm)

Amid negotiations between the Educational Media Company at Virginia Tech — a non-profit organization that oversees all student media at the public institution — and university officials over the company’s failing finances and uncertain future, some student leaders argue the company violated its own due process policies to fire its editor in chief.

Virginia Tech student newspaper won't appeal dismissal in lawsuit seeking records about missing student

(06/21/13 4:02pm)

The case involving police records from a 1998 missing person investigation has been dismissed because the West Virginia State Police claim the records are part of an ongoing investigation. The Collegiate Times, Virginia Tech's student newspaper, wanted to access the police investigation file in 2009 when reporter Caleb Fleming was writing a story about the 10th anniversary of former Virginia Tech student Robert Kovack's disappearance.