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When multiple football players and a team trainer at AHS in Avon, Ind., told student reporter Marina Hennessy about "pretty brutal" hazing beatings of freshman and sophomore players by other players during a summer training camp that involved electrical cords and socks stuffed with tennis balls, she knew it was news.
Not until he is 21 will a 16 year old student be allowed back into Wisconsin Dells High School, or so says the Wisconsin Dells School Board.
The Noronia Hills High School junior's attorney, Kenneth D.
Myers, told the Akron Beacon Journal that school officials overreacted because of the shooting
at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., which took place
the week before the column was published.
Five former and current Dade County,
Fla., high school student journalists who helped stave off an
attempt by district officials to crack down on student press rights
were named this year's recipients of the Newseum's Courage in Student Journalism Awards.
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.
A Woodland High School student who was suspended
for creating a Web page critical of his high school settled his case against
the school in July.
As Doar prepared for the unpcoming school year, Principal Stanley Henson asked to speak with her. He told her that he was taking the newspaper away from her.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed
a federal lawsuit Thursday on behalf of a high school student
who was suspended for a comment he made about school violence
on an Internet discussion board.
On Sept. 21--the day of their first staff
meeting of the school year--the editors of Freeport High School's
student newspaper learned that their longtime adviser had been
fired, the free-press guidelines the newspaper had operated under
for 30 years were gone and the newspaper itself had been eliminated.
Student journalists at Desoto High School could have written a story on how administrators were spending money to solve the gang problem at their school.
After an anti-military ad ran in Warwick Valley High School's student
newspaper, the school board voted to limit ads to those selling a product, not a
high school student's First Amendment rights were violated when his
principal suspended him for holding a ''Bong Hits 4 Jesus'' banner at
a parade near his school, a unanimous three-judge panel of a federal appeals
court ruled Friday.
A quick scan through profiles on MySpace.com reveals some high school students baring skin and proudly displaying alcohol bottles. But broadcasting such profiles at school as part of a student-produced news segment about the dangers of Myspace caused a journalism teacher to get reprimanded.
A district court ruled last week that high school administrators
did not violate a student's First Amendment rights when they suspended him
for wearing a ''No Nazis'' patch.
A high school journalist who wanted to inform other teens about the dangers of
playing the “choking game” was told by administrators last month that running
the article might be too dangerous.
A school board apologized Monday for halting distribution of
the student newspaper at Huntley High School and gave students the OK to pass
out the paper, which contained an editorial critical of a school board
A 15-year-old high school student is suing a school district for
disciplining her when she tried to wear clothing that featured the Confederate
The first time this year that administrators censored Columbia High
School's student-produced cable channel, they nixed public service
announcements in February that portrayed the school as dilapidated and
high school student is alleging school officials violated her First Amendment
rights when they ordered her to remove a small American flag from her back
High school administrators in Tennessee, Florida and California
earned a place on the same blacklist as President Bush, the Department of
Justice and the Federal Communications Commission chairman.