student newspapers

Neil Gorsuch's student paper at Columbia thought the idea of a President Trump was quite droll.
Neil Gorsuch's student newspaper argued for a "reasonable and understanding line" between "relevant and irrelevant information."
The Illinois General Assembly has passed a bill that is headed to the governor's desk.
After the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon last fall, my friend texted me: I couldn't help but think of
It isn't easy filming people who are enduring such physical and emotional hurt. But this needs to be done. The members of Delta Chi stand in the front, heads bowed, arms around one another, tears in their eyes and pain on their faces. What happened next might be the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.
She has kept with the column for so long, in part, to open the eyes and expand the knowledge bases of students who, she says, "received, at best, an inadequate sexuality education in high school or at home, and at worst, no sexuality education to speak of."
The main image accompanying a new editorial in The Daily Titan at California State University, Fullerton depicts a massive, seemingly impenetrable red brick wall with the words "CSUF ADMINISTRATION" scrawled across it.
One interesting journalism ethics question emerging from the kerfuffle: Are regular exclusive op-eds from the school president worth giving up the right for an immediate rebuttal?
The organizer apparently told them they were not welcome at this particular meeting, in part to ensure other attendees felt as comfortable as possible engaging in an open conversation about racially sensitive situations.
Officials at the University of Tulsa sent a chilling message earlier this week to its student journalists: Stop investigating news we don't want you to cover or you will be punished.