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McPherson High School's student newspaper staff
will run a previously censored column Friday explaining the spread of white
space that was printed in the preceding issue after Adviser Todd Brittingham
claimed the right to censor articles he deemed controversial.
The Student Senate at the University of Kansas will vote
March 24 on whether to stop providing the student newspaper with funds allocated
from student-paid fees.
After tabling the issue last year, the Kansas state
government is making an effort late this legislative session to pass a shield
bill that would protect professional and student journalists.
House Bill 2585 passed
through the Kansas State Senate and House of Representatives this week, setting
the stage for a shield law to protect professional and student journalists.
The Student Senate at the University of Kansas voted
Wednesday night to maintain the portion of the student fee that goes toward
funding the school's student newspaper, The University Daily
Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson signed the Kansas House Bill
2585 into law April 15, establishing a shield law that appears to afford
protection to both professional and student journalists.
The fate of some Kansas high school journalism
programs is in doubt after the state's department of education set up new
After Wichita High School East administrators released a statement Wednesday, the organizations decided to cancel a planned press conference regarding “hate speech” in the student newspaper. Jackie Carter, pastor of First Metropolitan Community Church, one of the groups involved in the press conference, confirmed the cancellation. She said all groups involved “wanted to give the school adequate and appropriate time to follow through on those responses.”
Newspapers have vanished from the stands two consecutive weeks at Henderson State University, and it’s not from extensive readership.
Jurski said in an email that OU administration and Campus staff met last week and are putting together a task force to form a new student media board policy.
High school journalism courses in Kansas will
continue to qualify for state funding after journalism teachers and state
officials reached a compromise on new funding guidelines.
Arkansas State University Herald joined
the list of alleged 2011 newspaper theft victims March 17 when issues
disappeared from stands two hours after distribution.
An Eastern Kansas school board is considering a policy that would
eliminate on-campus memorials for deceased students and prevent student
newspapers and yearbooks from dedicating editions or pages to them.
Student Press Law Center and a college journalist filed a lawsuit Tuesday against
Johnson County Community College in Kansas for excessive fees to release open
records, including nearly $10,000 to produce one day’s worth of emails.
wake of uproar from free speech advocates last month, an Eastern Kansas school
district has stricken the parts of a policy proposal that would have prohibited
yearbook and newspaper dedications to deceased students.
Dealing with hundreds of new emails each hour was not exactly how Emma Sullivan expected to spend her holiday weekend.
college journalist and the Student Press Law Center have settled their lawsuit
with Johnson County Community College stemming from the school’s $24,000 price
tag for documents under an open records request.
than 1,000 copies of The Forum
student newspaper were stolen March 13 and 14 from the University of Arkansas
at Little Rock.
High School’s journalism adviser has resigned in protest after she refused to
rewrite or pull a controversial student newspaper article about an
alcohol-related car crash.
Last month, newspapers disappeared from The Crusader’s racks at an unheard-of rate, giving staff the suspicion that someone was stealing copies. In just a few hours, staff had to resupply the racks four or five times, the college's new media director said.