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Nude model sues over pictures that photographer says she consented to

(08/01/03 12:00am)

\nILLINOIS -- A lawsuit filed against a student photojournalist could be decided based on whether the court believes he gained consent from a model.\n \nIn June, a nude figure model sued Columbia College in Chicago and its student-run magazine, claiming her privacy was violated when she was photographed for an article without providing her consent.

School board pays $35,000 to settle Wooster Blade censorship lawsuit

(12/01/03 12:00am)

In February, a U.S. district court judge denied the student journalists’ request to prohibit the school district from conducting further prior review of the Wooster Blade. However, the judge did recognize that the student newspaper had greater protection than provided by the U.S. Supreme Court’s Hazelwood ruling because the school had opened the publication as a public forum for student expression.

A Light in the Darkness?

(12/01/03 12:00am)

In 2001, Dieringer was drugged and raped by a fellow student. But like many victims of crime on university campuses, she was not granted access to the results of her perpetrator’s hearing. Since the incident, Dieringer has tried to speak out against what she calls Georgetown’s unfair disclosure policies and FERPA’s overly broad protection for student criminals.