Student journalism

Appeals court says university may have violated rights of 'repugnant' humor publication

Appeals court reinstates humor publication's lawsuit alleging that UC San Diego violated its free press and free speech rights by barring access to funds after condemning the publication as "repugnant."

Anonymous pamphlets channel complaints at LIU

A series of anonymous pamphlets roils Long Island University's Post campus, portraying its president as out of touch and overpaid in a time of budget cuts.

Texas State president blasts "racist" student column

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Texas State's president calls an opinion piece published by the student newspaper "racist." Others have demanded the paper's funding be pulled. Minority students defend the publication and say their views are being squelched.

Pitzer students debate free speech, student safety and cultural appropriation

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A one-line critique of the fashion choices of some white women leads to debate over journalism and cultural appropriation, and to threats made to Latina students.

U of California at San Diego's student government pulls funding for all student publications

After a controversial humor magazine was denounced by University of California at San Diego administrators, the student government voted to stop funding all student media.

Following criticism, Otterbein changes sexual assault policy

Otterbein stops requiring victims of sexual assault to sign form saying they should not discuss the matter.

Ohio State student newspaper The Lantern contracts with Gannett

Gannett will run business and advertising at Ohio State's student newspaper. The university says the deal will allow it to focus more on journalism education, but some students and advisers are concerned.

Student journalists navigate coronavirus pandemic

Student journalists are continuing to cover their colleges and surrounding communities even though the coronavirus pandemic has pushed them off campus. They say their work is needed now more than ever.

College newspaper adviser loses job; students claim retaliation

A well-liked community college professor in California was not rehired after student journalists he advised took on the college's administration.

Chapman University student paper declined to cover Bush, but not for reason you might think

Chapman University student paper decided not to run an article on President Bush’s visit after being told his office would need to approve it.

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