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Articles about homosexuality spark censorship of newspaper

(09/01/05 12:00am)

East Bakersfield Principal John Gibson viewed the spread intended to run in the April issue of the Kernal the night before it was to sent to the printer. The next day the student editors were called in to speak with school officials, who convinced them to run the spread without revealing the identities of the gay and transgendered students who had been interviewed for the piece. Later that night Gibson ordered the entire piece removed out of what he described as a concern for the safety of the students in the article, Kernal adviser Randy Hamm said.








Daily Bruin editors criticize student judicial board's ruling concerning candidate interviews with the press

(05/28/14 12:00pm)

Editors at the University of California Los Angeles’ student newspaper are dissatisfied with a ruling from the undergraduate Judicial Board that sidestepped the issue of whether candidates can be punished for giving interviews to the press.








Student government at California university puts student newspaper on ‘temporary hiatus’ because of ‘quality and professionalism’ concerns

(12/19/14 6:09pm)

The student government at the University of Redlands voted earlier this month to place the institution’s student-run newspaper on “temporary hiatus” over concerns about the paper’s “quality and professionalism.” One editor at the newspaper said the decision to defund the Bulldog Weekly was retaliation for an article about a new scholarship. The story quoted a student saying the fund was for “rich, white males.”



Independent news site to launch at U. of Redlands following student newspaper’s ‘temporary hiatus’

(02/27/15 11:27am)

In response to perceived censorship — following an article that questioned a new scholarship fund’s motives — the Bulldog Weekly’s co-editors launched an online fundraising campaign on Feb. 13 to support an alternative news website, independent from university administrators and the student government.