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Southerwestern College newspaper adviser Max
Branscomb lost compensation he would have received for advising the paper
because of what the governing board calls "double dipping," but what
the faculty union president calls retaliation resulting from controversial
The student newspaper at Notre Dame University and
Saint Mary's College, The Observer, has accepted the resignation of
its former assistant managing editor, Kara King, its Web site confirms.
After a review of recent troubles between Clark College in Vancouver, Wash. and its student newspaper, The Independent, the Society of Professional Journalists sent a report to the dean, the paper's adviser and the editor on January 20, including suggestions to improve relations between the school, the adviser and the newspaper staff.
A student journalist at a private liberal arts
college in Kenosha, Wis., recently found that requesting a copy of a school's
IRS Form 990 was a useful way to gather financial information from private
colleges or universities that are otherwise exempt from freedom of information
The future of Salt Lake City Community College's student newspaper, The Globe, remains uncertain due to drastic funding cuts by the college's Student Fees Board. The Board reported the paper must increase readership and focus more on campus activities before asking for funding.
A Wyoming judge ruled Tuesday to dissolve a temporary restraining
order against the Wyoming Tribune Eagle and the Cheyenne Herald
that prevented the newspapers from publishing a leaked report concerning the
president at Laramie County Community College.
Student journalists at the Community College of Rhode Island are back in the newsroom for now after student government locked them
out earlier this month.
The student newspaper staff at the Community
College of Philadelphia is back to work after weeks of unavailable office space
caused the cancellation of two issues.
A student newspaper in California had its print
production halted this week after administrators began enforcing a 20-year-old
The Southwestern College student newspaper has
come to an agreement with the college to resume printing, but not before the
paper missed its first issue.
A local newspaper has appealed to the Illinois
Attorney General because McHenry County College is continuing to deny its public
records request, despite an advisory opinion to disclose the records.
A California student photographer faces two criminal
charges for taking pictures of a parking lot accident outside his
newsroom at Chaffey College.
A Bard College student may face disciplinary
charges after an article on his publication's website made crude remarks
about a female student.
A community college student newspaper staff fears its funding will be cut because of an investigative series on student government corruption.
Student journalists at a community college in Pennsylvania were told this month
they are no longer qualified to be on staff after conflicts arose between the
newspaper and the college’s administration in the fall semester.
reason for empty newspaper racks at Elizabethtown Community and Technical
College remains unknown as campus security and student newspaper staffers continue
searching for a cause.
automated operator on Benedict College’s phone service welcomes callers, saying
the college is “a power for good in the 21st century.”Samantha Norman would disagree. In fact, she said after the recent censorship dispute she’s lost a lot of respect for the college and that although she plans to earn a master’s degree, she will not pursue it from Benedict College.
When Cathy Stablein
was called into a meeting with top administrators at the College of DuPage in
Glen Ellyn, Ill., the last thing on her mind was that she would lose her job
advising the Courier,
the school’s student newspaper.
On May 2, a day after his peers walked across a stage and were recognized for completing their degree programs, Roman Caple drove to St. Augustine College’s administration building. He was stopped at the security booth where a campus police officer handed him his graduation regalia and his degree through his car window. He signed that he received them and was told to turn around and leave campus.
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.