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Frustrated by administrators’ slow response to past newspaper theft incidents, The Hullabaloo, Tulane University’s student newspaper, sent a bill to the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity last month for taking 400 copies of the newspaper from news stands and using them for a party.
A U.S. district court has applied Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier to support the dismissal
of an Auburn University at Montgomery nursing student.
The South Carolina attorney general intervened Tuesday in a state Supreme Court
case to decide whether school administrator associations fall under the South
Carolina Freedom of Information Act.
Andrew Yawn got more than he bargained for when he started work
this summer at Auburn University’s The
Auburn Plainsman – he was served with a witness subpoena and placed under a
gag order Wednesday over a story he broke the previous day.
The editor of Tulane’s student newspaper is suing the state of Louisiana for attendance records from football games the school played at the Superdome.
The editor of Tulane’s student newspaper has finally received the football attendance records he’s been asking for since May, thanks to a settlement with the private company that holds the records.
Copies of the student newspaper at the University of North Alabama were stolen after the paper ran a front-page story about a fraternity event.
The students who stole approximately 2,000 copies of the student newspaper at Tulane University have admitted to their actions and agreed to pay the cost of the papers.
A radio host’s 2009 public records lawsuit will get another look after the South Carolina Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s decision to dismiss the case Wednesday.
On the day The Crimson White published a front-page story about Price’s firing,about 1,500 copies were stolen. Isom said he believes the theft was in protest of that story.
A year after the student newspaper at the University of Alabama released a scathing report detailing the persistence of racial segregation in sorority recruiting, university officials released new guidelines restricting media access to those involved in rush.
The staff at the student newspaper at Auburn University has reported to local law enforcement that more than 1,000 copies of Thursday’s issue were stolen from seven locations on campus — a loss of nearly $800 for the news organization.
In December 2009, radio talk-show host Rocky Disabato requested records from the South Carolina Association of School Administrators about federal stimulus funding.
The University of Alabama’s 122-year-old student yearbook will cease publication, prompted by years of dwindling revenue and circulation. Last year, only 24 copies of the Corolla were sold to a student body of more than 34,000.
Huntsville City Schools Superintendent Casey Wardynski told a reporter with AL.com the district launched a secret program 18 months ago to monitor students’ social media sites.
Two members of Auburn University’s Student Government Association have admitted to stealing more than 1,000 copies of The Auburn Plainsman's Aug. 28 issue in an attempt to censor an editorial criticizing changes to a campus shuttle bus service.
Sen. Arthur Orr introduced a bill on March 3 that would make it a crime if a student posts personal, private or sexual information on social media with the intent to “intimidate or torment” another student or school employee. The law would punish students for all statements — “whether true or false” — that are likely to provoke the stalking or harassment of a student or employee.
ALABAMA — During his three years as the student newspaper adviser at Auburn University, Austin Phillips spent hours each week reading the students’ work, offering advice and answering students’ legal and ethical questions.And although Phillips’ students have the final say on what goes into the paper, “they know they can come to me, call me, email me any time of the day or night to answer any questions,” he said.
The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday ruled against a newspaper seeking names of students who lost their football scholarships at Alabama State University.
In a major development in the movement for student press freedom, the American Bar Association has announced its support for New Voices legislation.