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The student government is pushing a dramatic overhaul to the Argus' funding after a controversial op-ed.
Native Americans' ancestors were slaughtered, but they should be thankful anyway, the op-ed suggested.
A petition says the Wesleyan Argus "has historically failed to be an inclusive representation of the voices of the student body."
The BU student paper, The Daily Free Press, started a crowdfunding campaign online last week with a goal of collecting $70,000
Student government strikes again! The Tempe Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at Arizona State University has impeached one of its own members for talking to The State Press campus newspaper without first giving USG leaders a heads-up.
Part of what the Dartmouth newspaper suggested is becoming a problem is these extra rules may cause more harm than good in
Lankster told allDigitocracy and radio host Roland Martin that he was canned for sending several tweets from The Gramblinite's
If you’re a sports fan or have any interest at all in sex, drugs, money, academics or fallouts, you have most likely crossed
Several students who worked for the school's Red & Black paper walked out earlier this week over sweeping editorial changes
Have you heard? The journalism industry is in crisis. But this impending catastrophe is not what one might expect. Rather, the predicament facing journalists today is in how to embrace the digital.
Students are unhappy that it made it to print regardless of who drew it. The Daily Tar Heel, a UNC student paper, ran a cartoon
Donna De Cesare, an associate professor at the UT journalism school said in a video that the editorial board shouldn't have
I tell every student I meet at Florida Atlantic University: Work hard at the University Press and I promise you a job in almost any other industry.
In this rough-and-tumble campaign season, the major presidential campaigns have sought to leave no charge unanswered from