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U. of Michigan instructor calls for removal of illustration of decapitated athletics director

(10/03/14 5:51pm)

The illustration in The Michigan Review, an independent student publication, accompanied a story about students protesting the athletic director and the athletic department’s handling of a head injury quarterback Shane Morris sustained during Michigan’s Sept. 28 loss to Minnesota.

President at Northern Michigan U. waives $300 fee it charged student newspaper for public documents

(01/20/15 11:35am)

On Monday, after the Society of Professional Journalists, a local student-run media website and local television journalists raised enough to pay the bill, NMU President Fritz Erickson announced all fees for the public records request would be waived

SPJ says student newspaper board at Northern Michigan U. violated adviser’s First Amendment rights in termination

(04/07/15 4:44pm)

The board of directors of the student newspaper at Northern Michigan University violated the First Amendment rights of the news organization’s editorial adviser when it declined to renew her contract last week, according to a Society of Professional Journalists statement calling for her reinstatement.

Federal lawsuit alleges Northern Michigan U. student newspaper board violated adviser’s free-speech rights in termination

(04/16/15 4:23pm)

In an attempt to get her job back, the ousted student newspaper adviser at Northern Michigan University has filed a federal lawsuit against members of the newspaper’s board of directors, arguing her termination violated her free-speech rights.

Northern Michigan University’s The North Wind gives up lawsuit against newspaper’s Board of Directors

(07/21/15 5:23pm)

After losing her request for a preliminary injunction that would have let an ousted newspaper adviser keep her job, the advisor and the student paper's editor have dropped their lawsuit — and have helped spearhead the launch of two new campaigns for student press freedom.