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In its recent revision of the Rules of Conduct, Columbia University has been debating what kind of protections student journalists should receive when covering protests.
As the Occupy Wall Street movement gathers steam in both New York City and at satellite locations across the country and internationally, some of those covering the event for commercial media have been called out for watching from afar, failing (or refusing) to take the time to talk with the protesters and hear their message.
A Juvenile Justice Information Exchange intern was among at least three reporters arrested Sunday night while covering protests in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
NEW YORK — Two reporters from the Ohio Daily Kent Stater were arrested and detained for more than 20 hours while covering a protest outside the Republican National Convention in August, despite holding press identification from their student newspaper.
Kent State University sophomore Beth Rankin and senior Nick Gehring were arrested with nearly 1,200 protesters on charges of disorderly conduct on Tuesday, Aug.
Student journalists for the University of
Pittsburgh's Pitt News were arrested September 25 while reporting
on protests of the G-20 summit in Pittsburgh.
Across the nation, students are engaging in rallies and protests. How are student journalists reacting, especially when the topics involve students?
A journalism student at the City University of New York faces a disorderly conduct charge after police arrested her Wednesday night at a protest over a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the choking death of Eric Garner.
MASSACHUSETTS — Student journalists covering the Democratic National Convention in Boston next week will be only a phone call away from free legal advice.
The Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press has set up a hotline for credentialed journalists — including students — to call 24 hours a day for answers to legal questions, such as what a journalist should do if he or she is detained or arrested while covering the convention or related protests.
The Massachusetts State Police have denied an appeal for media credentials made by a reporter for a student newspaper at Boston College because the paper does not publish daily.
Every day, the Student Press Law Center is receiving inquiries from student media, asking how to cover the walk-outs and student protests including the March for Our Lives rallies across the country on March 24. The following FAQs are meant to help answer questions for student journalists covering this important story.
A journalism graduate student from the University of California-Berkeley was attacked while covering election protests in Oakland, last week.
New York police arrested a student journalist Monday who was covering the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Two college newspaper
photographers, along with four other students, were arrested while covering the
anti-war march held in downtown Washington, D.C., on March 15 after they
followed a group of protesters inside the World Bank headquarters and
photographed them as they raised havoc, said one student's lawyer.During
their first court appearance March 17, the charges of unlawful entry brought
against the students were dismissed, according to Robert Becker, who represented
one of the students at the request of the Washington, D.C., professional chapter
of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Student staffers of the Black Tribune, a publication run by Loyola students of color, would not allow outside media to take pictures inside the protesters' arm-locked circle, following a demonstration against racism on campus.
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, high schools and universities across the country have erupted in protest. This leaves student publications with a serious question: how do you cover DACA in a way that is legal, ethical and engaging? Here's what the experts had to say.
At Smith College, student activists banned reporters from covering their protest unless the reporters agreed to endorse their mission. Media bans have been common in the wave of protests sweeping college campuses.
A disorderly conduct charge against a student journalist, who was arrested while covering a protest over the non-indictment of police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Gardner, could be dropped if she does not get in trouble again before July.
After their adviser and school administrators met to weigh legal and safety concerns — and set rules — the students from Ladue Horton Watkins High School worked alongside national news outlets as they covered Michael Brown’s funeral in St. Louis.
A protest at the University of Texas at Austin against a bill banning sanctuary cities in the state turned violent Sept. 1 when a protester hit a Daily Texan reporter, sending him to the hospital.
A student multimedia journalist was released
from jail 20 hours after being arrested while filming a peaceful protest that
turned into a dangerous riot.