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The Inkwell, the student newspaper at
Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Ga., will not have to operate
on a budget abridged by the Student Government Association after its lawsuit
alleging First Amendment retaliation was settled out of court.
The editor-in-chief of the student newspaper and a group of students at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton are protesting a series of proposals by the Student Government Association that would cut funding for the paper.
Administration at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton have asked that the Student Activity Fee Budget Allocation Committee reconvene this summer to allow the West Georgian to represent its request for more funds after an initial proposal to cut the paper's budget.
The principal of Chattooga High School in Summerville
ordered four consecutive pages be cut out of the 2009 edition of the yearbook
last week because of photographs of shirtless males playing basketball that he
A high school newspaper is now under prior review
after its January issue was confiscated by administrators last week.
to 250 copies of a student newspaper at Georgia State University were dumped
last week after the paper published a series of stories regarding alleged
students at Georgia College and State University were sanctioned March 15 after
dumping about 460 copies of the student newspaper in February.
A federal district court ruled Friday that Augusta State University officials did not violate the First Amendment when they ordered a graduate student to complete remedial training in response to her statements about homosexuality.
A former Georgia college student’s lawsuit against the administrator who expelled him without a hearing can continue following a state court decision last week that student handbooks can represent contracts between students and their schools.
Top editors at The Red & Black, the independent student newspaper at the University of Georgia, have quit in protest over concerns about students’ editorial authority over the paper’s content.
Responding to an editor walk-out Wednesday night, The Red & Black’s publisher said in a statement that the student editors resignations were the result of a “miscommunication.”
The stand-off between former student editors at The Red & Black and the paper’s board of directors continues after a meeting Thursday afternoon was unsuccessful in addressing the students’ concerns over editorial independence.
Former editors at The Red & Black have decided to reapply for their positions following an apology from the paper’s board, though concerns remain over the extent to which the board has reversed the policies that prompted the students to quit in protest.
Five days after resigning in protest over concerns about editorial control, The Red & Black’s top editors have been reinstated by the paper’s board.
The Georgia State student newspaper’s attempt to add off-campus newspaper boxes downtown has been delayed by Atlanta officials because the boxes do not comply with the city’s ordinances.
Students at Armstrong Atlantic University confessed to stealing copies of the student newspaper after a front-page photo depicted them fighting at an event Tuesday night, the paper’s editor says.
A group of unidentified women were caught on video stealing copies of Georgia Perimeter College’s student paper last Wednesday night.
Charges against two student journalists arrested last year while covering Occupy Atlanta protests will be dropped, the city’s mayor said Saturday.
Public colleges in Georgia can close disciplinary hearings, but don’t have to, according to a letter from the state attorney general’s office clarifying whether a new law mandates their closure.
Security cameras caught three men stealing copies of Georgia State University's student newspaper from newspaper racks on Oct.