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Groups representing America's college
student media asked the U.S. Supreme Court this week to overturn
a lower court ruling that they warned "could threaten the
very existence of student media on hundreds of public college
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.
A national journalism organization censured a
Maryland university July 23 after the school failed to renew the newspaper and
yearbook adviser's contract.
A journalism adviser who was
at the center of a controversy surrounding a yearbook article about an openly
gay student has been reassigned.
East Carolina University has hired its second interim adviser and is still searching for a full-time student media director to replace the one it fired in January.
A former high school newspaper adviser says he was fired because of his involvement with the student newspaper and “subjective” teacher evaluations.
The student newspaper at Florida A&M university has been suspended from publishing, its adviser removed and its staff told they must reapply for their positions by the dean of FAMU’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communication.
Misinformation has cost the student newspaper faculty adviser at Oral Roberts University his job.
In the last year, three different people have filled the position of student media director at East Carolina University. Now, a new adviser has been hired.
A nationally recognized journalism adviser has been told his school has no place for him next year because of staff cuts.
A high school adviser whose students protested the principal’s confiscation of a February issue is worried she and the journalism program might face retaliation now that the principal has announced her resignation at the end of the year.
Administrators at Pasadena City College have placed the student newspaper’s faculty adviser on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into undisclosed misconduct.
Two semesters after finding out he was unceremoniously dumped as the school’s unpaid student newspaper adviser, an adjunct journalism professor is moving on from Manhattanville College.
Student journalists at Hunterdon Central Regional High School protested the school’s decision to enforce prior review with an editorial published Wednesday, about a week after their adviser resigned over the policy.
An Oregon State University student-media adviser has resigned her job after a months-long dispute with university lawyers over public records.
Student journalists are fighting for their rights as their adviser fights for her job.
An adviser who lost his job after helping journalism students cover controversial stories settled his claim against the university in March for $64,000.
Adviser-student relationships can hit
rough spots, especially when it comes to issues like censorship and staffing.
After the student newspaper at Ocean County Community College released several award-winning investigative pieces criticizing its school president and policies, reporters and editors felt the school was intimidating them to make them stop.
In spring 2004, Kansas State Collegian adviser Ron Johnson was fired after the school’s journalism director reviewed the paper and said he found the overall quality to be poor.