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What records can a student journalist obtain when reporting on Title IX and campus sexual assault? FIRE's Student Press Freedom Initiative has the answers. Read more


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After confiscating copies of the student newspaper, admins at Central Washington University said the situation “could have been handled differently.” Read more


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University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh is no longer requiring student journalists to contact the communications office before interviewing campus staffers. Read more


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On May 5, FIRE is hosting a webinar series for college journalists on the basics of requesting records and using them in student press reporting. Read more


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After Emporia State's student newspaper The Bulletin published a report on a student sued by the college, copies of the newspaper were covered up. Read more


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Lawsuits against student newspapers and journalists are uncommon, but FIRE has seen an uptick in recent years. Here's how to stay out of the courtroom. Read more


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On “Game Theory with Bomani Jones,” Stephen A. Smith said he was nearly censored while a student athlete and journalist at Winston-Salem State University. Read more


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Each month, we’ll highlight one question we answered on the SPFI hotline and examine ways student journalists can think through these issues. Read more


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University of Northern Iowa, a public institution, requires RAs to get clearance when speaking to the press. That’s unconstitutional, folks. Read more


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Copies of the The Equinox student newspaper were stolen from newsstands around Keene State College, which refused to intervene. Read more



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