Student journalism

Media Criticism

Dean’s admitted résumé fabrications and student press critique prompt a furor in Boston U.’s College of Communication.

Standing Up to Bill O'Reilly

Many a guest has Bill O’Reilly intimidated with his verbal jab-hook-uppercut combos.

Dave Frohnmayer, president of the University of Oregon, however, was neither a guest nor intimidated.

Hiding the Bodies

Glendale Community College administrators blocked student news stories on campus suicides and mental health resources.

Gannett Purchases Student Paper

Deal marks the first time a major chain has bought an independent, for-profit newspaper that caters to university readers. 

What Is a Student Newspaper?

A lawsuit that raised the issue at one Kansas college is settled, but the question still persists.

Stealing the News

Thousands of papers disappear at U. of Kentucky -- latest in string of thefts of student publications on various campuses.

A Not So Merry Christmas

Conservative magazine at Tufts draws fire for publishing a satirical Christmas carol poking fun at affirmative action and black students.

Not So Complete Divestment

Harvard got lots of good press for promising to sell its Sudan stocks, but its endowment may still include such holdings.

Scrutiny for the Student Press?

In Grambling's temporary decision to suspend publication of campus paper, critics see fallout from a 2005 court decision.

Another Facebook-Related Fall

Penn State student's critical postings about fraternity fund raiser for cancer research cost him his newspaper columnist job.


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