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Citing a "continuous decline in the quality of the content," the mostly student-led publications board at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, suspended publication in late January of the school's student newspaper, the Exponent, according to a report in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Director of Admissions at Skidmore College admitted that she and two of her colleagues removed more than a thousand copies of the student newspaper from the campus center because she feared it would offend approximately 200 high school students and their parents at the college's open house.
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
Administrators at a community college are back-pedaling this week after changes to its student newspaper's handbook gave greater editorial control to the faculty adviser.
Westminster College officials are investigating two students in connection with
the theft of more than a thousand copies of the student newspaper earlier this
Student reporters at a Missouri community college were surprised to receive an
e-mail from the board president demanding they not print an article in
A student newspaper is being sued for $800,000 on allegations that the paper
published defamatory statements last year about a rape victim.
More than 2,500 copies of an Illinois college student newspaper containing the
cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad were stolen on
Three student journalists filed a lawsuit against Ocean County College and
several administrators Wednesday claiming their First Amendment rights to
freedom of speech and the press have been violated.
A television station licensed through the San Mateo County
Community College District could be punished for airing a Martin
Scorsese-produced blues documentary if the Federal Communications Commission has
A community college in
Pittsburgh is changing its tune after school administrators faced harsh
criticism for refusing to follow the requirements of state open records
Student journalists at Pasadena City College are currently
waiting for the release of a police report detailing the May 8 theft of nearly
5,000 copies of their newspaper, the
Some Brooklyn College graduate students are contemplating legal action after
city officials closed down their graduation art show last month because several
works of art were deemed not ''family friendly.''
than a month after city officials shut down their graduation art show, 18
masters degree students at Brooklyn College have filed a
lawsuit in a federal district
A student editor is working to redistribute copies of her paper containing an
student suicides that she salvaged from a dumpster last week.
College in Palatine will not renew student newspaper adviser Dann Gire's
contract after it expires today, and Gire said he thinks he knows
Six weeks after three students filed a
lawsuit against administrators at
Ocean County College for attempting to censor the student newspaper, their
adviser has filed a similar lawsuit
against the school for removing her from her position at the paper, which she
has held for the past 35 years.
A federal district court issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday that will reinstate a student newspaper adviser who was removed
for what students claim was retaliation for stories they
After a process that she described as, ''David going up against
Goliath,'' Jennifer Schartz has decided to settle the lawsuit she brought
against her former employer, Barton County Community College.
What started with an anonymous news tip has resulted in
two Johnson County Community College students creating their own independent