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February 28, 2013 — Naming contest announcement!, ASNE 2013-02-28
February 4, 2013 — Know copyright guidelines to avoid issues, Scholastic Press Rights Commission 2013-02-04
January 11, 2013 — Share your Hazelwood decision stories!, ASNE 2013-01-11
August 6, 2012 — Ogden column: Time to plan for high school sports … and journalists, J.R. Ogden, The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2012-08-06
August 5, 2012 — Lenoir City schools ready to spend more time on education, less on controversies, Hugh G. Willett, Knoxville Journal Sentinel, Knoxville, Tenn. 2012-08-05
July 6, 2012 — Students create thriving school newspaper, Katya Lezin, The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.C. 2012-07-06
June 26, 2012 — Coronado teacher passed along her passion for journalism to her students, Joe Gulick, Avalanche-Journal, Lubbock, Texas 2012-06-26
June 4, 2012 — Wash. principal upset by letters G-A-Y in newspaper word search, Seth Zweifler, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, VA 2012-06-04
June 4, 2012 — Southington High School newspaper celebrates 100th birthday, Julie Sopchak, Record-Journal, Southington, Conn. 2012-06-04
May 25, 2012 — Lenoir City teacher in yearbook controversy transferred, Hugh G. Willett, Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, Tenn. 2012-05-25
May 20, 2012 — Hawk Tawk students fight for journalism class, Gail Schontzler, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Bozemen, Mont. 2012-05-20
May 9, 2012 — Journalism alive and well at Lincoln High School, Meghan Kavanaugh, The Valley Breeze, Lincoln, R.I. 2012-05-09
May 7, 2012 — Lenoir City teacher: Article on gay teen part of covering student life, Hugh G. Willett, Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, Tenn. 2012-05-07
May 4, 2012 — The Washington Post YJDP Awards Winners Announced, Jaye Linnen, The Washington Post 2012-05-04
May 1, 2012 — Sparks fly over Dan Savage’s comments to students about Bible, Jonathan Martin, The Seattle Times 2012-05-01
April 30, 2012 — Video of the Day: Dan Savage vs. the Bible (and Some High Schoolers), The Atlantic 2012-04-30
April 29, 2012 — L.A. student newspaper faces funding crunch, Rick Rojas, Los Angeles Times 2012-04-29
April 13, 2012 — Kan. adviser resigns in protest after principal refuses to allow police report in newspaper, Emily Summars, Studenr Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2012-04-13
April 5, 2012 — HIGHTSTOWN: Students learn tenets of ethical journalism, Jen Samuel, Windsor-Hights Herald, Princeton, N.J. 2012-04-05
March 28, 2012 — David Simon of ‘The Wire’: Former high school muckraker, Maura Judkis, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. 2012-03-28
March 26, 2012 — TV reporter’s worries leads to Bethesda school pulling student newspaper, Paul Farhi, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. 2012-03-26
March 20, 2012 — NPHS student newspaper is online and breaking news fast … with photos, Joseph R. LaPlante, The Valley Breeze Newspapers, Lincoln, R.I. 2012-03-20
March 15, 2012 — Young journalists cover the high school beat, Sylvie Belmond, The Acorn, Agoura Hills, Calif. 2012-03-15
March 9, 2012 — Editor files grievance after Ill. school censors pro-discipline editorial, Emily Summars, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2012-03-09
March 9, 2012 — 11-year-old: ‘Every person has a story and you just have to ask’, Jim Romenesko and CBC Radio 2012-03-09
March 4, 2012 — 11-year-old publishes 200th issue of Boulder community newspaper, Laura Snider, The Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo. 2012-03-04
February 27, 2012 — Here’s what happens to a censored teenager, Jack McElroy, Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, Tenn 2012-02-27
February 24, 2012 — Weed High School goes live, Richard DuPertuis, Mount Shasta Area Newspapers, Mount Shasta, Calif. 2012-02-24
February 23, 2012 — Lenoir City High School won’t publish atheist student’s editorial on religion in schools, Hugh G. Willett, Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, Tenn. 2012-02-23
February 20, 2012 — South Street School students produce TV news show, Amanda Roberge, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Worcester, Mass. 2012-02-20
February 15, 2012 — Student newspapers hitting the web — and raising concerns, Jorge Barrientos, The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, Calif. 2012-02-15
February 14, 2012 — The impact and legacy of journalist Daniel Pearl, Elitza Batchiyska, The Pearl Post, Van Nuys, Calif. 2012-02-14
February 4, 2012 — Reviving the Legend, Gena Potthoff, Santa Maria Times, Santa Maria, Calif. 2012-02-04
February 1, 2012 — Before Google, the Wojcicki girls learned from Mom, Patricia Sellers, Fortune 2012-02-01
January 29, 2012 — Andover High senior making a name for himself as a writer/broadcaster, Dave Dyer, Eagle Tribune, North Andover, Mass. 2012-01-29
January 29, 2012 — Student publications have rules, standards, the right to refuse whatever they want, Kathleen Hodges, Great Falls Tribune, Great Falls, Mont. 2012-01-29
January 27, 2012 — Park City High School reporters in the making, Megan Yeiter, The Park Record, Park City, Utah 2012-01-27
January 21, 2012 — Lessons learned: West Fargo teacher removed from adviser role returns, Helmut Schmidt, INFORUM, Fargo, N.D. 2012-01-21
January 20, 2012 — Class encourages budding journalists, Audrey Gomez, Lebanon Express, Lebanon, Ore. 2012-01-20
January 20, 2012 — Prairie Ridge documentary puts educators’ jobs in the spotlight, Melissa Treolo, The Shawnee Dispatch, Shawnee, Kan. 2012-01-20
January 18, 2012 — Student believes dress code simple to follow, Donna M. Perry, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine 2012-01-18
January 15, 2012 — Gay debate hits home in Shawano, Green Bay Press Gazette, Green Bay, Wisc. 2012-01-15
January 12, 2012 — Student newspaper mixes electronic media with print, Unsie Zuege, Chanhassen Villager, Chaska, Minn. 2012-01-12
January 9, 2012 — Filmmaker donates $15,000 to L.A. high school for journalism, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles 2012-01-09
January 5, 2012 — Ind. adviser sues, claims retaliation for not prior reviewing student newspaper, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va 2012-01-05
January 4, 2012 — Whiz Kid: Sarah Rosen, Christa Rohrbach, Concord Patch, Concord, Calif. 2012-01-04
December 24, 2011 — Homeless student overcoming obstacles, Mary Nash-Wood, Shreveport Times, Shreveport, La. 2011-12-24
December 23, 2011 — SPLC, Scholastic Journalism Groups Support Washington Students in Privacy Suit, Frank D. LoMonte, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-12-23
December 23, 2011 — Soldier’s ethic impresses Northwest High School students, Susan McFarland, Star -Telegram, Fort Worth, Texas 2011-12-23
December 22, 2011 — This Just In: Students Love Print, Katina Paron, The New York Times: School Book, New York 2011-12-22
December 13, 2011 — After broadcast is pulled, parties work together to ensure accuracy, Shira Lee, Equus, Cody, Wyo. 2011-12-13
December 8, 2011 — Student paper’s look at views of homosexuality leads to review, Nolan Rosenkrans, Toledo Blade, Toledo, Ohio 2011-12-08
December 7, 2011 — High school article causes huge controversy, WTOL, Toledo, Ohio 2011-12-07
December 6, 2011 — Occupy Davis, as Covered by High School Journalists, Holly Epstein Ojalvo, The New York Times, New York 2011-12-06
December 5, 2011 — School cracks down, allows only 5 errors per writing assignment, Jim Romenesko, JimRomenesko.com 2011-12-05
December 4, 2011 — Young journalists extend reach to Web, Jeffery Williams, The Times Reporter, New Philadelphia, Ohio 2011-12-04
December 4, 2011 — Young journalists extend reach to Web, Jeffery Williams, The Times-Reporter, New Philadelphia, Ohio 2011-12-04
November 21, 2011 — Unpublished cartoon sparks debate at Bernalillo High, Eddie Garcia, KOB Eyewitness News 4, Albuquerque, N.M. 2011-11-21
November 17, 2011 — Another generation yearns to be write on, Adam Goldstein, Aurora Sentinel, Aurora, Colo. 2011-11-17
November 14, 2011 — Contest with a cause, Jacob Mayer, Amarillo Globe-News, Amarillo, Texas 2011-11-14
November 11, 2011 — Seattle school officials: We never intended to propose principal oversee student papers, Brian M. Rosenthal, The Seattle Times, Seattle 2011-11-11
November 10, 2011 — Wash. appeals court to hear Puyallup student newspaper case, Staff report, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-11-10
November 9, 2011 — Court of Appeals rules in case of Waukon student newspaper, Dar Danielson, Radio Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa 2011-11-09
November 8, 2011 — School census shows strong high school student media presence, Center for Scholastic Journalism, Kent, Ohio 2011-11-08
November 7, 2011 — Schools back off on policing student papers, Brian M. Rosenthal, The Seattle Times, Seattle 2011-11-07
November 6, 2011 — Proposed Seattle school-newspaper policy raises censorship concerns, Brian M. Rosenthal, The Seattle Times, Seattle 2011-11-06
November 4, 2011 — For Student Journalists, Challenges in Putting Out the School Newspaper, Katina Paron, The New York Times, New York 2011-11-04
November 4, 2011 — Linfield senior launches school paper, Peter Fischetti, The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif. 2011-11-04
November 1, 2011 — Faced with budget cuts, Glencoe High School newspaper staff raises half of adviser’s stipend, Casey Parks, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. 2011-11-01
October 30, 2011 — Professor Pamela Newkirk encourages newspaper diversity in annual NYU Urban Journalism Workshop, Clem Richardson, New York Daily News, New York 2011-10-30
October 30, 2011 — Former Online Tritonian Reporter Now Writing for Badger Herald, Cassie Bohn, The Tritonian, Green Bay, Wis. 2011-10-30
October 29, 2011 — Students get feet wet at boot camp, Jenna Chambers, The Daily Journal, San Mateo, Calif. 2011-10-29
October 28, 2011 — Anthony Carrasco at 16 is already a published photojournalist, Ponway Patch, Ponway,Calif. 2011-10-28
October 28, 2011 — Greencastle creates F.B.I. club, Lauren Boucher, Greencastle Banner-Graphic, Greencastle, Ind. 2011-10-28
October 19, 2011 — New York Times reporter talks journalism at Mainland, Staff reports, Shore News Today, Atlantic City/Cape May County, N.J. 2011-10-19
October 17, 2011 — Support available for students grieving teacher’s death, Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO public radio, Juneau, Alaska 2011-10-17
October 13, 2011 — Colfax High English teacher Jean Page dead at 51: Longtime educator remembered for her dedication, friendliness, Elizabeth Wood, Colfax Record, Colfax, Calif. 2011-10-13
October 13, 2011 — Controversial article in school newspaper becomes ‘learning experience’, John Hopperstad, KAYU FOX 2, Spokane, Wash. 2011-10-13
October 6, 2011 — Palmyra broadcast students air concerns, Chris Sholly, Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa. 2011-10-06
October 6, 2011 — Naugatuck Students to Premiere “Life@NHS” Documentary, Ronald DeRosa, Naugatuck Patch, Naugatuck, Conn. 2011-10-06
October 4, 2011 — The Eagle Era Site is Up and Running!, Lelan Fernando, Eagle Era, Fremont, Calif. 2011-10-04
September 23, 2011 — Placer High Messenger offers on-the-job training, Bridget Jones, Auburn Journal, Auburn, Calif. 2011-09-23
September 22, 2011 — Rau leaves journalism workshop directorship after 19 years, Midland Daily News staff, Midland (Mich.) Daily News, Midland, Mich. 2011-09-22
September 15, 2011 — CT broadcaster to tutor Hartford pupils, Gregory Seay, Hartford Business Journal, Hartford, Conn. 2011-09-15
September 13, 2011 — Freedom students participate in national event discussing 9/11, Kenneth Knight, The Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Fla. 2011-09-13
September 9, 2011 — Milton teacher recalled as dedicated mentor, Neil Johnson, The Janesville Gazette, Janesville, Wisc. 2011-09-09
September 8, 2011 — Student helps tell story of parent lost at the WTC, Kristie Cattafi, Staff Writer, Community News, North Jersey Media Group, Inc., Fairlawn, N.J. 2011-09-08
August 27, 2011 — Pottsville Area newspaper adviser ready to take publication to next level, Thomas Leskin, Pottsville Republican Herald, Pottsville, Pa. 2011-08-27
August 26, 2011 — Ohio high school newspaper adviser fired after 19 years, Peter Velz, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-08-26
August 16, 2011 — Va. adviser removed after students criticize school conditions, Emily T. Gerston, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-08-16
August 13, 2011 — Teacher to introduce new journalism program, reactivate newspaper club at Saratoga Springs High School, Suzanna Lourie, The Saratogian, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 2011-08-13
August 8, 2011 — Journalism Teacher Sees “Facebook Law” As First Amendment Violation, Lori Rose, Kirkwood-Webster Groves Patch, Kirkwood 2011-08-08
August 8, 2011 — Mr. Murray, journalism camp, and a future in the news business, Angelica LaVito, The Chicago Tribune 2011-08-08
August 2, 2011 — Student Media Summit encourages students to ‘Be Seen. Be Heard’, Meredith Summers, Deseret News 2011-08-02
July 29, 2011 — Getting a start in journalism, Lynda Lopez, The Chicago Tribune 2011-07-29
July 26, 2011 — A 50-Year-Old Surprise, Falon Darville, The Santa Barbara Independent 2011-07-26
July 7, 2011 — Glencoe High students rally to keep school paper amid budget cuts, Rigoberto Hernandez, The Oregonian, Portland 2011-07-07
June 30, 2011 — School paper more than paper, ink, Mary Berquist, Worcester County Times 2011-06-30
June 29, 2011 — Arcata High Journalism Class, Newspaper Restored, Sarah Han, The Arcata Eye 2011-06-29
June 23, 2011 — For Student Journalists, No Burden Guarding Vargas’ Secret, Claudia Cruz, MountainView Patch 2011-06-23
June 19, 2011 — Passionate student journalists gain hands-on experience at Westborough High School, Lauren Byrnes, The Daily Westborough, Westborough, Mass. 2011-06-19
June 16, 2011 — TimesLedger Newspapers lend a hand to future reporters, Connor Adams Sheets, The TimesLedger 2011-06-16
June 13, 2011 — Third Circuit sides with students in online speech fight, Seth Zweifler, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-06-13
June 10, 2011 — Ill. school censors student paper’s story on fired basketball coach, Brian Schraum, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-06-10
June 9, 2011 — Boyle Heights Students Write on Their ‘Beat’, EGP staff, East Group Publications, Inc., Los Angeles 2011-06-09
June 8, 2011 — Ariz. adviser thinks story about school dances led to his removal, Emily T. Gerston, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-06-08
June 8, 2011 — Hillsboro School Board approves 2011-12 budget with $19 million in cuts, Rigoberto Hernandez, The Oregonian, Portland 2011-06-08
June 7, 2011 — Student journalists hard at work for governor’s visit, Marge Neal, The Frederick News-Post, Frederick 2011-06-07
June 7, 2011 — In L.A.’s Boyle Heights, hyperlocal news comes in print, Leslie Berestein Rojas, 89.3 KPCC, Pasadena, Ca. 2011-06-07
June 2, 2011 — Ink-stained newspaperman offers advice to journalistic hopeful, Logan Jenkins, San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego, Ca. 2011-06-02
May 24, 2011 — Texas adviser ‘reassigned,’ administrator watching newspaper class after year of controversy, Brian Schraum, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-05-24
May 24, 2011 — Student journalists take free speech battle underground, WM. Shawn Weigel, Daily Local News, West Chester, Pa. 2011-05-24
May 20, 2011 — Drawing the line on stick figures, KEN PAULSON, First Amendment Center, Washington, District of Columbia 2011-05-20
May 18, 2011 — Appeals court: N.Y. school can censor cartoon in ‘forum’ and independent newspapers, Brian Schraum, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-05-18
May 18, 2011 — Fitch 10th-grader is only high school reporter to cover Obama speech, Carli Caliguri, The Bulletin, Norwich, Conn. 2011-05-18
May 16, 2011 — West Middle School students get into the CareerZone, Kelly Voll, The Citizen, Auburn, N.Y. 2011-05-16
May 13, 2011 — Lake Shore students cry censorship, Frank DeFrank, The Macomb Dailey, Mount Clemens, Mich. 2011-05-13
May 13, 2011 — Teacher sets course for career path, Oliver Green, The Journal & Courier, Lafayette, Ind. 2011-05-13
May 13, 2011 — Little things mean a lot in today’s tough times, Cathy Dyson, The Free-Lance Star, Fredericksburg, Va. 2011-05-13
May 12, 2011 — A dreadful lesson, Frank D. LoMonte, Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. 2011-05-12
May 11, 2011 — Stroudsburg H.S. journalism class collaborates with Open Space Commission on parks guide, Jennifer Davidson, Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa. 2011-05-11
May 10, 2011 — Dexter school board wrestles with policy governing student publications following newspaper controversy, Lisa Carolin, Ann Arbor.com, Ann Arbor, Mich. 2011-05-10
May 8, 2011 — Manual principal blocks story on teacher found with teen, Sean Rose, Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. 2011-05-08
May 5, 2011 — School free speech fight, Keith Reid, The Record, Stockton, Calif. 2011-05-05
May 1, 2011 — Air-guitar contest raises $3,000 at El Toro High, Erika I. Ritchie, Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Calif 2011-05-01
April 22, 2011 — Expanded electives engage students at the James Irvin Education Center in Dade City, Jeffrey S. Solochek, St. Petersburg Times, St. Petersburg, Fla. 2011-04-22
April 6, 2011 — Pennridge district readying government-education channel for Comcast, Emilie Lounsberry, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa. 2011-04-06
March 31, 2011 — Overland High’s principal trying to stop the student presses, Mitchell Byars, The Denver Post, Denver, Co. 2011-03-31
March 31, 2011 — Overland High School paper will publish for now, Mitchell Byars, The Denver Post, Denver, Co. 2011-03-31
March 31, 2011 — Overland High School newspaper threatened with closure to survive after ACLU complaints, Michael Roberts, Denver Westward Blog, Denver, Co. 2011-03-31
March 30, 2011 — Businessman Says H.S. Paper Defamed Him, June Williams, Courthouse News Service, Pasadena, Ca. 2011-03-30
March 30, 2011 — Aviation High School Gets Grant To Train Students As New Media Journalists, The Waterland Blog, Des Moines, Iowa 2011-03-30
March 29, 2011 — High school newspaper war continues, Gene Davis, Denver Daily News, Denver, CO 2011-03-29
March 27, 2011 — Overland principal not blocking student paper over content, district says, Mitchell Byars, The Denver Post, Denver, CO 2011-03-27
March 26, 2011 — Overland High’s principal trying to stop the student presses, Mitchell Byars, The Denver Post, Denver, CO 2011-03-26
March 26, 2011 — Journalism traditions passed along in Central Jersey high school newspapers, Lois Heyman, Courier News, Somerville, NJ 2011-03-26
March 25, 2011 — A high school paper war, Gene Davis, Denver Daily News, Denver, CO 2011-03-25
March 24, 2011 — Students, journalism isn’t dead, NICOLE L. CVETNIC, Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY 2011-03-24
March 11, 2011 — Red Wings give area journalism students a taste of the profession, by Ray Kisonas, The Monroe Evening News, Monroe, Mich. 2011-03-11
March 10, 2011 — After budget cuts, Glencoe High School puts newspaper online, by Casey Parks, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. 2011-03-10
March 8, 2011 — Boulder High students call ‘Fowl’ and start their own newspaper, Amy Bounds, The Daily Camera, Boulder, Co. 2011-03-08
March 4, 2011 — Stevenson High School: Students have ‘earned’ ability to publish without prior review, Aly Brumback, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2011-03-04
March 2, 2011 — Read All About It, Kandice C. Wilson, Community Times, Westminster, Md. 2011-03-02
February 28, 2011 — Palmyra Area High School launches online newspaper, Chris Sholly, Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa. 2011-02-28
February 23, 2011 — Anti-gay column in East High newspaper draws fire, Suzanne Perez Tobias, Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kans. 2011-02-23
February 22, 2011 — Kansas high school journalism classes still will get extra cash, Heather Hollingsworth, Associated Press 2011-02-22
February 21, 2011 — ‘Outwork Everyone Else,’ Anderson Cooper tells students, Katherine Coates, Capital News Service, Richmond, Va 2011-02-21
February 16, 2011 — Stevenson High School principal will no longer preview newspaper, Lisa Black, Chicago Tribune, Chicago 2011-02-16
February 11, 2011 — Teen journalist snags exclusive Eminem interview, B.J. Hammerstein, Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Mich. 2011-02-11
February 2, 2011 — State will continue to fund high school journalism classes, Andy Hyland, Lawrence Journal-World, Lawrence 2011-02-02
January 29, 2011 — Model senior experiences newspaper reporting while in school, Floyd County Board of Education with photograph by Rome News-Tribune, Rome, Ga. 2011-01-29
January 27, 2011 — Newspaper veteran speaks to Oak Mountain journalism, Brad Gaskins, Shelby County Reporter, Columbiana, Ala. 2011-01-27
January 26, 2011 — John Marshall High School’s Broadcasting Classroom Flooded For Third Time, Staff, The State Journal, Charleston, W.Va. 2011-01-26
January 21, 2011 — PHS Tiger Talk airing school news and activities, Joel Stottrup, Princeton Union-Eagle, Princeton, Minn. 2011-01-21
January 21, 2011 — Journalism classes clear hurdles, Angela Deines, The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2011-01-21
January 18, 2011 — What is black and white and read on the web?, Carolyn Rusin, TribLocal.com, A Subsidiary of Chicago (Ill.) Tribune Co. 2011-01-18
January 14, 2011 — School Officials Censor Langley Paper, Make Students Pay for Damage, Bobbi Bowman, McLean (Va.) Patch 2011-01-14
January 13, 2011 — New YSHS newspaper a hit with students, YS News Staff, The Yellow Springs (Ohio) News 2011-01-13
January 10, 2011 — Student papers gets the scoop on Erdenheim Elementary School, Nicole Jenet, Montgomery (Penn.) Media 2011-01-10
January 10, 2011 — Willard High School starts student newspaper, Jamie Kelly, The Missoulian (Mont.) 2011-01-10
January 10, 2011 — Why Every Student Should Learn the Skills of a Journalist, Tina Barseghian, KQED MindShift, San Francisco 2011-01-10
December 26, 2010 — Coppell High journalism students face a future they will be writing, Evi Selk, The Dallas (Texas) Morning News 2010-12-26
December 16, 2010 — Teen Newspaper Struggles To Stay Afloat, David Douglas, WISC-TV/Channel3000.com, Madison, Wis. 2010-12-16
December 14, 2010 — Former Johnston school board member earns two awards, Tood Erzen, The Des Moines Register, Des Moines, Iowa 2010-12-14
December 13, 2010 — Tucker Times keeps junior high students informed, Beth Young, The Suffolk (N.Y.) Times 2010-12-13
December 10, 2010 — Register Star’s silence on high school journalism, Linda Grist Cunningham, Rockford (Ill.) Register Star 2010-12-10
December 8, 2010 — Sunset High journalism students let SUN shine, Cindy Hudson, The Oregonian, Portland 2010-12-08
December 7, 2010 — ‘The Echo’ stays offline for now, Allison Roorda, Faribult (Minn.) Daily News 2010-12-07
December 3, 2010 — Lenihan students start newspaper, Andrew Potter, Times-Republican, Marshalltown, Iowa 2010-12-03
December 3, 2010 — High-school paper staff gets award, Amy B. Wang, The Arizona Republic, Phoenix 2010-12-03
December 2, 2010 — SG Elementary journalists launch student newspaper, Diana Sroka, Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake, Ill. 2010-12-02
December 1, 2010 — Philippe Cousteau Jr. teaching environmental journalism to Gulf Shores, Bayou students, Rena Havner Philips, Press-Register, Birmingham, Ala. 2010-12-01
December 1, 2010 — Students jump into broadcast journalism, Alan Hamari, Community Newspapers, Inc., Waukesha, Wis. 2010-12-01
November 29, 2010 — Cleveland High offers daily news on web TV, Randall Higgins, Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press 2010-11-29
November 29, 2010 — Pocasset Elementary students put together school newspaper, Derek Vital, The Herald News, Fall River, Mass. 2010-11-29
November 28, 2010 — Taunton student journalists get the scoop on high school issues, Marc LaRocque, Wicked Local Berkley, Taunton, Mass. 2010-11-28
November 28, 2010 — Columbia High School students bring passion for radio to classmates, Richard Khavkine, The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J. 2010-11-28
November 27, 2010 — Student newspaper to start at Southern Local, Jo Ann Bobby-Gilber, The Review, East Liverpool, Ohio 2010-11-27
November 25, 2010 — MHS to improve journalism class with grant, Katie Hurst, Shelby County Reporter, Columbiana, Ala. 2010-11-25
November 24, 2010 — Benilde-St. Margaret censors student newspaper, Nick Pinto, City Paper, Minneapolis, Minn. 2010-11-24
November 22, 2010 — ‘The Echo’ strives to be heard, Aaron Rupar, Faribault (Minn.) Daily News 2010-11-22
November 21, 2010 — High school journalists explore new frontiers in journalism, Margaret Reist, Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star 2010-11-21
November 21, 2010 — Boulder High’s student newspaper, The Owl, goes online-only, Amy Bounds, Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo. 2010-11-21
November 17, 2010 — Citizens group criticizes Falmouth High School newspaper for student’s opinion, Emily Parkhurst, The Forecaster, Falmouth, Maine 2010-11-17
November 16, 2010 — Troubling tales of youth, Max Sparber, MinnPost.com, Minneapolis, Minn. 2010-11-16
November 15, 2010 — The student newspaper editorial Benilde-St. Margaret’s doesn’t want you to see, David Brauer, MinnPost.com, Minneapolis, Minn. 2010-11-15
November 15, 2010 — Student clubs often have to pass hat, Anna Maria Lemoine, Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin 2010-11-15
November 13, 2010 — News classes on the brink, Tim Carpenter, The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2010-11-13
November 9, 2010 — Scrutiny Takes Toll on For-Profit College Company, Tamar Lewin, New York (N.Y.) Times 2010-11-09
November 9, 2010 — Riverside broadcasting students get new, professional television equipment, Aileen B. Flores, El Paso (Texas) Times 2010-11-09
November 6, 2010 — Highland Park High School uses new app to connect with students, parents, Jana J. Martin, Dallas (Texas) Morning News 2010-11-06
November 5, 2010 — Program helped aspiring journalist with career path, Whitney Burdette, The Charleston (W.V.) Gazette 2010-11-05
October 31, 2010 — Students Chosen for Teen team, Jessica Elizarraras, San Antonio (Texas) Express-News 2010-10-31
October 27, 2010 — Student starts school newspaper “The Oaks’, Stephen Brun, The Journal Pioneer, Prince Edward Island, Canada 2010-10-27
October 26, 2010 — Revising of Dalton Paper Raises Ire and Discussion, Sarah Maslin Nir, The New York (N.Y.) Times 2010-10-26
October 20, 2010 — Keeping an ‘Eye Online’, Ben Bradbury, Sleepy Eye (Minn.) Herald Dispatch 2010-10-20
October 16, 2010 — La Cueva Pot Column Reopens Wounds, Hailey Heine, Albuquerque (N.M.) Journal 2010-10-16
October 14, 2010 — Starmount uses new technology to enhance learning for students, Tim Bullard, The Yadkin Ripple, Yadkinville, N.C. 2010-10-14
October 14, 2010 — Blogging for class credit, Wil Donoy, Tower, Oakland, Calif. 2010-10-14
October 13, 2010 — M.A.T. newspaper lands surprise exclusive; print not yet dead, John Bayles, downtown express, New York, N.Y. 2010-10-13
October 6, 2010 — Forest Breeze fades from scene, Cliff Buchan, Forest Lake Times, Forest Lake, Minn. 2010-10-06
October 5, 2010 — At School Named for TV Pioneer, Studios Are Dark, Sharon Otterman, New York (N.Y.) Times 2010-10-05
October 1, 2010 — After 30 years, Belleville TV station still inspiring young broadcasters, Aliza Appelbaum, The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J. 2010-10-01
September 30, 2010 — Suicide shows need for civility, privacy online, Rick Hampson, Donna Leinwand and Mary Brophy Marcus, USA TODAY, Mclean, Va. 2010-09-30
September 29, 2010 — Carolina Forest High School students excel in broadcast program, Chandi Lowry, WMBF News, Myrtle Beach, S.C. 2010-09-29
September 29, 2010 — Local celebrities pick top teachers in ‘Teachers Count’ campaign, Chris Kenrick, Palo Alto, Calif. Online News 2010-09-29
September 28, 2010 — Teacher’s legacy lives on, Pam Keyes, Pekin (Ill.) Daily Times 2010-09-28
September 26, 2010 — Students learn filmmaking, learn about community, Colin Atagi, The Desert Sun, Palm Springs, Calif. 2010-09-26
September 26, 2010 — TV-10 continues high ratings with students after surviving budget cuts, Susan Steinmueller, Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, Detroit, Mich. 2010-09-26
September 23, 2010 — State alters high school journalism funding, Melissa Treolo, The Bonner Springs (Kan.) Chieftain 2010-09-23
September 17, 2010 — Budget cuts affect teacher, parent spending, Liz Carey, Independent Mail, Anderson, S.C. 2010-09-17
September 14, 2010 — Column: Journalists are underpaid and under-demanded, Mike Hall, The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2010-09-14
September 9, 2010 — Calif. school scraps plans to replace newspaper adviser, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2010-09-09
September 9, 2010 — State to cut journalism funds, Corey Jones, The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2010-09-09
September 6, 2010 — Rocklin High suspends boy for ‘i love boobies’ wristband, Miranda Simon, The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee 2010-09-06
August 15, 2010 — Protecting scholastic journalism, Jerry Ceppos, Las Vegas (Nev.) Review-Journal 2010-08-15
August 13, 2010 — Judge stands up for forgotten right in the First Amendment, Thomas Mitchell, Las Vegas (Nev.) Review-Journal 2010-08-13
August 8, 2010 — MCPS will likely abandon changes to student publications policy, Jamie Kelly, The Missoulian, Missoula, Mont. 2010-08-08
August 4, 2010 — Extra! Extra! Blum learns all about it, Nikki Davis, Woodbine (Iowa) Twiner 2010-08-04
August 1, 2010 — Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age, Trip Gabriel, New York (N.Y.) Times 2010-08-01
July 29, 2010 — Missoula school publications policy debated by panel, students, superintendent, Sara Shepherd, The Missoulian, Missoula, Mont. 2010-07-29
July 26, 2010 — Daily Paper for Children Defies the Craze for Digital, John Tagliabue, New York (N.Y.) Times 2010-07-26
July 20, 2010 — Sophomoric speech is free speech, too, Ken Paulson, USA Today, Mclean, Va. 2010-07-20
July 13, 2010 — Stevenson High releases e-mails in school newspaper controversy, Russell Lissau, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2010-07-13
July 12, 2010 — Students Get a Real Education on Newspapering, Norberto Santana, Jr., Voice of OC, Santa Ana, Calif 2010-07-12
July 11, 2010 — Students, teachers wary of proposed MCPS publications policy, Jaimie Kelly, The Missoulian, Missoula, Mont. 2010-07-11
July 11, 2010 — Senator wants review of OC Arts school, Scott Martindale, The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Calif 2010-07-11
July 6, 2010 — California Watch: Orange County boots journalism teacher after censorship faceoff, Erica Perez, California (Berkeley) Watch, Center for Investigative Reporting 2010-07-06
June 25, 2010 — A tribute to Alayna, Katie Tammen, NW Florida Daily News, Fort Walton Beach 2010-06-25
June 21, 2010 — Town’s Only Reporter Just 12 Years Old, Kate Allt, NBC Local Media, Chicago, Ill. 2010-06-21
June 19, 2010 — Puyallup’s JagWire may lead to laws to protect school districts, Debbie Cafazzo, The News Tribune , Tacoma, Wash. 2010-06-19
June 17, 2010 — Streaker photo resurfaces in Stillwater yearbook , Megan Boldt, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2010-06-17
June 11, 2010 — Senior works in and out of classroom, Deneesha Edwards, The Dispatch , Lexington, N.C. 2010-06-11
June 9, 2010 — After two years, Renton High newspaper is winning awards, Celeste Gracey, Renton Reporter , Kent, Wash. 2010-06-09
June 7, 2010 — Newspaper adviser resigns following student editorial advocating marijuana legalization, Josh Moore, SPLC , Arlington, Va. 2010-06-07
June 2, 2010 — Saldivar defends censoring BSHS newspaper , Steve Reagan, The Big Spring (Texas) Herald 2010-06-02
May 28, 2010 — Ore. adviser’s contract not renewed following paper’s editorial critiquing dress code, Sommer Ingram, SPLC , Arlington, Va. 2010-05-28
May 26, 2010 — The fate of a high school newspaper, Scott Herhold, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News 2010-05-26
May 25, 2010 — Students fight to keep school paper alive, Lyanne Melendez, KGO-TV San Francisco, Calif 2010-05-25
May 24, 2010 — Students decry censorship, Debbie Cafazzo, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2010-05-24
May 20, 2010 — Forest Grove High School newspaper adviser reassigned after controversy, Wendy Owen, The Oregonian , Portland, Ore. 2010-05-20
May 18, 2010 — Onward Christian Censors, Brendan Kiley, The Stranger , Seattle, Wash 2010-05-18
May 14, 2010 — Student Journalists Break News Of Scam On Facebook , Paula Engelking, New York (N.Y.) Times 2010-05-14
May 5, 2010 — Hacienda Height’s Wilson High School newspaper feeling recession’s sting , Stacey Wang , San Gabriel Valley (Calif.) Tribune 2010-05-05
April 28, 2010 — The Squall: Dexter High School’s student newspaper causes storm over stories, Janet Miller , AnnArbor.com, Mich. 2010-04-28
April 27, 2010 — News Business Lags at High Schools, Too , James Barron, New York Times 2010-04-27
April 27, 2010 — North High pulls newspaper , Michaela Saunders, Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald 2010-04-27
April 23, 2010 — Young man in Hemet helps his school newspaper, Diane A. Rhodes, The Press Enterprise, Riverside, Calif. 2010-04-23
April 22, 2010 — Puyallup district wins lawsuit over school newspaper oral sex story, Adam Lynn and Joyce Chen, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2010-04-22
April 17, 2010 — Query on fame draws answers that inflame: Controversial comments get student newspaper edition destroyed, Lisa Leinberger , The Seattle (Wash.) Times 2010-04-17
April 15, 2010 — U-Hi student newspapers destroyed, Spokesman-Review staff, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash. 2010-04-15
April 14, 2010 — U-Hi administrators destroy papers carrying column, Lisa Leinberger, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash. 2010-04-14
April 13, 2010 — The Talon’s exposé sparks conflict between LAHS groups, Elliott Burr, Los Altos (Calif.) Town Crier 2010-04-13
March 31, 2010 — Puyallup school newspaper’s sex report on trial, Adam Lynn, The Plain Dealer , Tacoma, Wash. 2010-03-31
March 31, 2010 — School’s newspaper deals with Chelsea, Michael Stetz, San Diego (Calif.) Union-Tribune 2010-03-31
March 25, 2010 — Puyallup school newspaper’s sex report on trial, Adam Lynn, The News Tribune , Tacoma, Wash. 2010-03-25
March 23, 2010 — Beach future journalists balance print, web, Jaedda Armstrong, The Virginian-Pilot , Hampton Roads 2010-03-23
March 18, 2010 — Restrictions frustrate student journalists, Jessica Bock, St. Louis (Mo.) Post-Dispatch 2010-03-18
March 14, 2010 — E-mails say it all on censoring at Stevenson?, Russell Lissau, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2010-03-14
March 13, 2010 — Fallon music teacher alleges defamation in lawsuit , Kristi Jourdan, Las Vegas Review-Journal 2010-03-13
March 11, 2010 — Lake Mary High press complains about tight lips over Chrysler flap, education blog of Orlando Sentinel , daveweber, Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel 2010-03-11
March 5, 2010 — Obama cartoon in W.F. West student paper stirs outrage , Christopher Brewer, Daily News , Longview, Wash. 2010-03-05
February 26, 2010 — Mounds View High newspaper in ‘prior review’ battle, Maricella Miranda, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Denver, Colo. 2010-02-26
February 26, 2010 — Spring Trail publishes inaugural edition of ‘Paw Print’ newspaper, Kerry Lester, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2010-02-26
February 23, 2010 — Publication resumes for high school newspaper , Marsha McKenna, The Stow (Ohio) Sentry 2010-02-23
February 23, 2010 — Ventura High sex survey draws ire of parents, Marjorie Hernandez, Ventura County Star, Camarillo, Calif. 2010-02-23
February 19, 2010 — LC’s controversial ‘Scout’ returns to newsstands , Christin Nance Lazerus , Post-Tribune, Merrillville, Indi. 2010-02-19
February 18, 2010 — Ithaca high school newspaper to appeal decision to court , Lauren Barber, The Ithacan (N.Y.) 2010-02-18
February 18, 2010 — Johnston High journalism students put future online , Todd Erzen, The Des Moines (Iowa) Register 2010-02-18
February 17, 2010 — Stow high school newspaper up and running again after dispute , Katie Byard, Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal 2010-02-17
February 13, 2010 — The school newspaper that could, Jennifer Moody, Albany (Ore.) Democrat Herald 2010-02-13
February 11, 2010 — Journalism course added at NHS, Stacey Gallotta, Norton (Mass.) Mirror 2010-02-11
February 10, 2010 — Students, advisers elsewhere voice dismay over public censorship battles as smaller staff struggles to produce its next issue, Lisa Blac, Chicago Tribune 2010-02-10
February 10, 2010 — L.C. editorial not to school’s taste, Nance Lazerus, Chicago (Ill.) Sun-Times 2010-02-10
January 31, 2010 — Experience, not censorship, is the best way to teach about the Constitution, Jerry Ceppos, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal 2010-01-31
January 30, 2010 — Churchill teacher group continues school newspaper article protest, Staff, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal 2010-01-30
January 29, 2010 — Churchill High paper to publish complaints about teacher despite union grievance, Staff, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal 2010-01-29
January 29, 2010 — High school newspapers folding, Jorge Barrientos, The Bakersfield Californian 2010-01-29
January 28, 2010 — Student newspaper in Northern Nevada embroiled in First Amendment case, Kristi Jourda, Omaha World-Herald, Las Vegas Review-Journal 2010-01-28
January 28, 2010 — Teachers’ union fights Fallon school newspaper article that criticizes teacher, Michael Martinez, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal 2010-01-28
January 26, 2010 — Speaking out for free press, Martha Stoddard, Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald 2010-01-26
January 26, 2010 — KHS’s ‘Blue and Gold’ hot off the press, James Chilton, The Kingman (Ala.) Daily Miner 2010-01-26
January 26, 2010 — High school journalism class to print article despite grievance , Stephanie Carroll , Lahotan Valley News, Fallon, Nev. 2010-01-26
January 25, 2010 — Censorship settlement thrills speech advocates, Bruce Lieberman, San Diego (Calif.) Union-Tribune 2010-01-25
January 24, 2010 — New-age coverage, Michelle George, Lancaster (Ohio) Eagle-Gazette 2010-01-24
January 22, 2010 — Student editors exit Stevenson’s newspaper, Ronnie Wachter, Pioneer Press(sub out Lake County News-Sun), Glenville, Ill. 2010-01-22
January 20, 2010 — Stevenson High newspaper editors resign in protest , Dan Simmons and Lisa Black, The Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2010-01-20
January 20, 2010 — What’s in a name? Check in The Wave Review NMHS student newspaper moves into a new era , Nanci G. Hutson, The News-Times, Danbury, Conn. 2010-01-20
January 18, 2010 — School newspaper revitalized with The Rebel Review , Dub Joiner, The News-Observer, Blue Ridge, Ga. 2010-01-18
January 16, 2010 — Nolan leaving legacy in student journalism , Dylan Otto Krider , The Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo. 2010-01-16
January 16, 2010 — Students resume publishing Stow high school newspaper , Michael Sangiacomo, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio 2010-01-16
January 16, 2010 — Nolan leaving legacy in student journalism , Otto Krider, The Daily Camera , Boulder, Colo. 2010-01-16
January 14, 2010 — Galway High School media center receives grants, The Saratogian , Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 2010-01-14
January 13, 2010 — New Milford students save high school newspaper with name change , Nanci G. Hutson, The News-Times, Danbury, Conn. 2010-01-13
January 12, 2010 — Former UNlisted writer teaches future journalists , Kathryn M. Roy, The Republican, Springfield, Mass. 2010-01-12
January 10, 2010 — Millington journalism, design students get up to speed together , Sherri Drake, Sherri Drake Silence, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn. 2010-01-10
January 7, 2010 — Students plead: Help us save school newspaper , Helen Wang, San Francisco (Calif.) Chronicle 2010-01-07
January 5, 2010 — Former West Fargo High School newspaper adviser opts not to sue district, InForum, The Forum of Fargo Moorhead 2010-01-05
January 4, 2010 — Fallbrook School Leader Ready To Move Past Censorship Case , Ana Tintocalis, KBPS News, San Diego, Calif. 2010-01-04
January 3, 2010 — High school district agrees to settle First Amendment case, Morgan Cook, North County Times, Escondido, Calif. 2010-01-03
December 27, 2009 — Journalism still attractive to young people, Ben Fischer, The Associated Press, New York, N.Y. 2009-12-27
December 27, 2009 — Young journalists face real challenges, Ben Fischer, The Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer 2009-12-27
December 22, 2009 — Galway High School media power, ‘cubed’, Felicia Bonnano , The Saratogian, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 2009-12-22
December 18, 2009 — Stevenson High students defend newspaper, Lisa Black, The Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2009-12-18
December 17, 2009 — Guidelines to be established for Stevenson HS paper, Russell Lissau, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2009-12-17
December 17, 2009 — AHS student newspaper moves online, James O’Leary, The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass 2009-12-17
December 16, 2009 — The inside scoop on the Rogue News, Erin Maxon, News Watch 12 KDRV-TV , Medford, Ore. 2009-12-16
December 11, 2009 — All the news, no paper | Budget cuts push North Eugene students to publish online , Anne Williams, The Register-Guard , Eugene, Ore. 2009-12-11
December 10, 2009 — ACLU seeks resolution for students, Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal 2009-12-10
December 8, 2009 — Canton student revives high school newspaper , Susan Mende, Watertown (N.Y.) Daily Times 2009-12-08
December 8, 2009 — Racist group targets school newspapers, Maya T. Prabhu, eSchool Media Inc., Bethesda, Md. 2009-12-08
December 7, 2009 — Journalism teacher helps students see, use power, Barbara Boucicaut, The Record , Hackensack, N.J. 2009-12-07
December 2, 2009 — School newspaper has struggles, too, Jesse Shayne , Easton Courier, Shelton, CT 2009-12-02
November 29, 2009 — School district releases response letter to ACLU, Marsha McKenna, The Stow (Ohio) Sentry 2009-11-29
November 26, 2009 — Student newspapers venture online, though some prefer newsprint , Wynne Parry, The Advocate, Stamford, Conn. 2009-11-26
November 25, 2009 — DHS student newspaper launched, Renee’ LaBonte-Jones, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal 2009-11-25
November 22, 2009 — Carmel student newspaper runs white-supremacist ad, Robert Annis, The Indianapolis (Ind.) Star 2009-11-22
November 22, 2009 — District tells ACLU it stands by decision, Marsha McKenna, The Stow (Ohio) Sentry 2009-11-22
November 21, 2009 — Stevenson High School stops presses on student newspaper , Ronny Wachter, Chicago Sun-Times 2009-11-21
November 20, 2009 — Stevenson High School officials halt publication of student newspaper, the Statesman , Dan Simmons, Chicago Tribune 2009-11-20
November 19, 2009 — East Tennessee student paper goes online-only , Emily Stroud, www:wbir.com, Knoxville, Tenn. 2009-11-19
November 18, 2009 — Kennedy Frustrated Over School-Press Flap, Jess Bravin, The Wall Street Journal, New York, N.Y. 2009-11-18
November 15, 2009 — ACLU to district: Stop ‘censorship’, Marsha McKenna, The Stow (Ohio) Sentry 2009-11-15
November 14, 2009 — Student newspaper runs supremacist ad, Jill Tucker, San Francisco (Calif.) Chronicle 2009-11-14
November 14, 2009 — Tune into OCS with newspaper, Anna Trikas, Oakville (Ontario) Beaver 2009-11-14
November 14, 2009 — ACLU threatens to sue Stow-Munroe Falls School District over ‘interference’ with school newspaper, Michael Sangiacomo, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio 2009-11-14
November 12, 2009 — Carthage High radio show goes back to ‘golden age’, Longview News-Journal, Longview, Texas 2009-11-12
November 10, 2009 — From Justice Kennedy, a Lesson in Journalism , Adam Liptak, New York (N.Y.) Times 2009-11-10
November 8, 2009 — South Pointe principal takes student newspaper SPIN seriously, Shawn Cetrone, The Herald, Rock Hill, S.C. 2009-11-08
November 6, 2009 — Puttin’ it in print , Derek Barichello, The Times, Ottawa, Ill. 2009-11-06
November 5, 2009 — High School principal explains decision to pull stories on tattoos, Steve Parker, St. Louis (Mo.) Post-Dispatch 2009-11-05
November 3, 2009 — Principal: Censorship incident ‘created a lot of thinking’: Students want more answers on why tattoo stories were blocked from newspaper, Kalen Ponche, Suburban Journals , Town and Country, Mo. 2009-11-03
November 3, 2009 — Young journalists exhibit passion, James Tyree, The Oklahoman , Oklahoma City, Okla. 2009-11-03
November 3, 2009 — Revamped Spaulding High School newspaper hot off the presses, Adam D. Krauss, Foster’s Daily Democrat, Rochester, N.H. 2009-11-03
November 3, 2009 — Part 3: Pirate Press questions remain amid limited official comment, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-11-03
November 2, 2009 — Part 2: Principal claims Pirate Press edits; timeline discrepancies remain, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-11-02
November 1, 2009 — Foothill High’s journalism school goes paperless, Anne Kallas, Ventura County Star, Camarillo, Calif. 2009-11-01
November 1, 2009 — Presses may still be halted on high school newspaper, Marsha McKenna , The Stow (Ohio) Sentry 2009-11-01
November 1, 2009 — Despite cuts, North High Wind still provides news, Douglas Morino, The Daily Breeze, Torrance, Calif. 2009-11-01
October 31, 2009 — Sacred Heart puts news online, Kaitlyn Anness, The Daily Journal, Vineland, N.J. 2009-10-31
October 30, 2009 — Reader Advocate: Today’s journalists give to tomorrow’s, Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah 2009-10-30
October 30, 2009 — Part I – Sunshine documents contain no Pirate Press administrator protocol, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-10-30
October 29, 2009 — WLC starts school newspaper, Shelby Newsted, The Cabinet Press, Nashua, N.H. 2009-10-29
October 28, 2009 — At Weston High School’s TV studio, it’s lights, camera, action! , Patricia Gay, The Weston (Conn.) Forum 2009-10-28
October 26, 2009 — Students try their hand at making a newspaper, Morgan Wall, The Mount Airy (N.C.) News 2009-10-26
October 25, 2009 — Students get taste of journalism in program, Amy Bickel, The Hutchinson (Kan.) News 2009-10-25
October 25, 2009 — High School censorship sparks debate, Kalen Ponche, Suburban Journals, Town and Country, Mo. 2009-10-25
October 24, 2009 — West’s award-winning newspaper replaced by magazine, Charles Menchaca, Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald 2009-10-24
October 23, 2009 — Hanks journalism students prepare for new world of media by Stephanie Valle, Stephanie Valle, KVIA.com, El Paso, Texas 2009-10-23
October 22, 2009 — Read editor’s Pirate Press statement to Boonville School Board, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-10-22
October 18, 2009 — Young journalists eager to learn, Stefanie Arias, San Antonio (Texas) Express-News 2009-10-18
October 15, 2009 — Student journalists aspire to become multidimensional, Katie Salka, Megan Curry and Amanda Urban, The Durango (Colo.)Herald 2009-10-15
October 13, 2009 — Pirate Press student editor talks distribution decisions in Boonville, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-10-13
October 9, 2009 — Great Falls elementary students publish school newspaper, Montana’s News Station.com, Billings 2009-10-09
October 7, 2009 — Colon keeps middle school news relevant in an age of Twitter, Katherine Dyer, The Greenville News, Greenville, S.C. 2009-10-07
October 5, 2009 — Boonville schools superintendent: Pirate Press writers acted irresponsibly, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-10-05
October 5, 2009 — Paper could go up in smoke, Tammy Marashlian, The Signal , Santa Clarita, Calif. 2009-10-05
October 2, 2009 — Boonville schools superintendent stops distribution of Pirate Press student paper, Nate Birt, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-10-02
September 24, 2009 — Stop the Presses! Revamped Journalism Courses Attract Hordes of Students, Katherine Mangan , The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington D.C. 2009-09-24
September 20, 2009 — Censorship Not Part of Our Business, Northwest Herald, McHenry County, Ill. 2009-09-20
September 18, 2009 — Please welcome the future of journalism, Meredith Clark, Tallahassee (Fla.) Democrat 2009-09-18
September 18, 2009 — In Wayland talk, Tinker recalls free speech fight, Susan L. Wagner , The MetroWest Daily News, Framingham, Mass. 2009-09-18
September 17, 2009 — Censored and incensed, Richard Ruelas, The Arizona Republic, Phoenix 2009-09-17
September 17, 2009 — Bridgeton High School media center opens from staff reports, The News of Cumberland County (N.J.) 2009-09-17
September 16, 2009 — Catchers of the Wry? Student Paper Produces New Book, Samuel Chamberlain, Editor & Publisher, Northbrook, Ill. 2009-09-16
September 16, 2009 — Staff of The Panther Press gets ready for second year of print, Leeann Moore, Zanesville (Ohio) Times Recorder 2009-09-16
September 14, 2009 — Teacher embraces changes in journalism, Laurie Bollen, Brookfield (Ill.) Suburban Life 2009-09-14
September 13, 2009 — tb-two* debuts for high school students, Donna Winchester , St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2009-09-13
September 11, 2009 — Student newspaper censored by school, Scott Martindale, The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Calif 2009-09-11
September 11, 2009 — Rebel Review debuts at FCHS, Dub Joiner, The News Observer, Blue Ridge, Ga. 2009-09-11
September 11, 2009 — Student journalists’ rights violated, experts say, Scott Martindale, The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Calif 2009-09-11
September 9, 2009 — High school newspapers moving online, Erica Dolson, The Sentinel, Carlisle, Penn. 2009-09-09
September 7, 2009 — Jewell student editorial causes backlash, Deeda Schroeder, The Daily Astorian, Astoria, Ore. 2009-09-07
September 1, 2009 — Cyber high five to BHS bloggers, Justin Peeper, The Bluffton (Ind.) News-Banner 2009-09-01
September 1, 2009 — Journalism teachers need protection, too, Tyler Buller, The Des Moines (Iowa) Register 2009-09-01
September 1, 2009 — Mt. Whitney school newspaper will head to the Internet , Victor Garcia, Visalia (Calif.) Times-Delta 2009-09-01
August 30, 2009 — Roll press: Tewksbury High paper may live on, Alexandra Mayer-Hohdahl, The Lowell (Mass.) Sun 2009-08-30
August 22, 2009 — Teacher returns from journalism institute inspired, Jona Ison, Chillicothe (Ohio) Gazette 2009-08-22
August 13, 2009 — 11-year-old interviews President Obama, Damon Weaver, KEC-TV, Canal Point, Fla. 2009-08-13
August 6, 2009 — Lodi High newspaper scrapped due to budget, lack of interest, Jennifer Bonnett , Lodi (Calif.) News-Sentinel 2009-08-06
July 16, 2009 — West Fargo students, WFEA support Murphy, Sue Cwikla, West Fargo (N.D.) Pioneer 2009-07-16
July 14, 2009 — Board votes to hire new paper adviser, Kelly Smith, The Forum , Detroit Lakes, Minn. 2009-07-14
July 3, 2009 — Woods Hole teen fights for journalists’ rights, George Brennan, Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, Mass. 2009-07-03
July 3, 2009 — West Fargo teacher receives students’ support, Kelly Smith, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead (N.D.) 2009-07-03
June 29, 2009 — ‘Gang-looking’ image lands mag in principal’s office, Doug Irving, Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Calif 2009-06-29
June 24, 2009 — West Fargo teacher receives students’ support, Kelly Smith, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead (N.D.) 2009-06-24
June 19, 2009 — Students’ Scoop on newspapers is keep on printin’, Jared T. Miller, Downtown Express, Manhattan, N.Y. 2009-06-19
June 19, 2009 — Even in the heyday of the Internet, student newspapers ignite passions, controversy, Mary Niederberger, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2009-06-19
June 17, 2009 — Student Editors Win Round in Paper Dispute, Scott Clines, Courthouse News Service, Calif. 2009-06-17
June 12, 2009 — High school journalism going online, Arin Gencer, The Baltimore (Md.) Sun 2009-06-12
May 28, 2009 — Lawsuit Filed Against Pocatello School District, Stuart Summers, kpvi.com, Pocatello, Idaho 2009-05-28
May 22, 2009 — Glendale Union school’s newspaper, district battle over censorship, Jeffrey Javier, The Arizona Republic, Pheonix 2009-05-22
May 20, 2009 — Racial Comment in School Paper Sparks Discipline, Stuart Summers, KPVI.com , Pocatello, Idaho 2009-05-20
May 14, 2009 — Students blaze a paper-less class trail, Bill McCleery, The Indianapolis (Ind.) Star 2009-05-14
May 14, 2009 — Getting the Scoop, Kendra Leigh Sardinha, Taunton (Mass.) Daily Gazette 2009-05-14
May 7, 2009 — Students at Prairie View High School aren’t laughing at a school newspaper article , Suzanne McCarroll, CBS4 Denver (Colo.) 2009-05-07
May 6, 2009 — Plenty still believe in the value of journalism, Mike Doyle, Rockford Register Star, Rockford, Ill. 2009-05-06
May 5, 2009 — Weak advertising pushes Broadneck High newspaper online, Elisabeth Hulette, The Capital , Annapolis, Md. 2009-05-05
May 2, 2009 — Hey, all you people worried about journalism: Meet the future press, C.J. Janovy, Kansas City (Mo.) News (The Pitch) 2009-05-02
April 29, 2009 — High school papers continue despite turmoil in the industry, Samara Kalk Derby, The Capital Times, Madison, Wis. 2009-04-29
April 28, 2009 — Want to feel OK about the future of journalism? Talk to some young journalists, Troy Reimink, Grand Rapids Press, Lansing, Mich. 2009-04-28
April 28, 2009 — Cuts may end print Bear Facts, David Conard, Lake Zurich Courier, Glenview, Ill. 2009-04-28
April 21, 2009 — High school newspapers chart new course in tumbling economy, Tara Malone, Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2009-04-21
April 18, 2009 — School newspaper finds asbestos, Seth Slabaugh, The Star Press and thestarpress.com, Muncie, Ind. 2009-04-18
April 9, 2009 — Student journalists need right to be wrong, Logan Jenkins, The San Diego (Calif.) Union-Tribune 2009-04-09
April 8, 2009 — Local journalism educators sound off on future of newsprint, Ann Work, Times Record News, Wichita Falls, Texas 2009-04-08
April 8, 2009 — Free-speech group puts Muzzle on academy, Claudia Lauer, The Sun News, Myrtle Beach, S.C. 2009-04-08
April 6, 2009 — Teens try their hand at news biz, Tajuana Cheshier, The Jackson (Tenn.) Sun 2009-04-06
April 4, 2009 — Student paper tackles troubles in latest issue, Tom Pfingsten, North County Times, Fallbrook, Calif. 2009-04-04
April 3, 2009 — J-D student paper to go paper-free, Elizabeth Doran, The Post-Standard, Syracuse, N.Y. 2009-04-03
April 1, 2009 — School newspaper loses adviser: Controversy in Chicago suburb of Lincolnshire, Steve Long, The Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2009-04-01
March 31, 2009 — Disputed article, editorial printed in school paper, Linda Lou, The San Diego (Calif.) Union-Tribune 2009-03-31
March 28, 2009 — ICSD curbs free speech, Raymond Drumsta, The Ithaca (Ny.) Journal 2009-03-28
March 27, 2009 — House Bill 43 could pave way for student journalists, Taylor Ross, The Trojan Triumph, North Hardin, Ky. 2009-03-27
March 21, 2009 — A newspaper in limbo, Tiffany Lankes, Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune 2009-03-21
March 20, 2009 — Steering high school journalists on right path, Mary Schmich, Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2009-03-20
March 16, 2009 — School paper gets boost with new equipment, Debbie Pfeiffer Trunnell, The Sun, San Bernardino, Calif. 2009-03-16
March 15, 2009 — Stop the presses!, Jessica Cooley, The Lufkin (Texas) Daily News 2009-03-15
March 13, 2009 — High school journos take all-platform plunge, Margaret Stafford, Associated Press, New York, Ny 2009-03-13
March 5, 2009 — Student journalists learn about newsgathering, story inspiration, Paul C. Grzella, Courier News, Somerville, N.J. 2009-03-05
March 4, 2009 — Lakeridge High newspaper opinion on drugs may prompt policy, Yuxing Zheng, The Oregonian , Portland 2009-03-04
March 2, 2009 — Controversial Cinco High Newspaper Article Sparks Protest At LaCenterra, John Pape, Fortbendnow.com 2009-03-02
March 1, 2009 — Ithaca High School newspaper prepares for trial over free speech rights, Rebecca Webster, The Ithacan (Ny.) Online 2009-03-01
February 28, 2009 — Sex Article In School Paper Causes Uproar , KPTV , Portland, Ore. 2009-02-28
February 27, 2009 — Choctaw journalists celebrate their freedom, Kelli Hernandez, Northwest Florida Daily News 2009-02-27
February 21, 2009 — Stevenson students produce first paper with extra supervision, Bob Susnjara, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2009-02-21
February 19, 2009 — Higgins ‘Kidz’ got the scoop, Erin McClary, C&G; Newspapers, Warren, Mich. 2009-02-19
February 16, 2009 — Watertown high school students benefit from new multimedia classes, Christine Laubenstein, Watertown TAB & Press, Needham, Mass. 2009-02-16
February 16, 2009 — Inside our Schools: Student scores first print interview with US Airways pilot Sullenberger, Amy Moellering, Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek, Calif. 2009-02-16
February 15, 2009 — High school newspaper ‘hook up’ issue calls for new restrictions, Megan Twohey, Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2009-02-15
February 13, 2009 — Errors lead to extra supervision of Stevenson student paper, Bob Susnjara, The Daily Herald, Chicago, Ill. 2009-02-13
February 13, 2009 — Students posting podcasts on Web site, Jeff Shaffer, The Standard Journal, Milton, Penn. 2009-02-13
February 9, 2009 — Striking a balance between freedom of speech, school rules, Rob Daniel, Iowa City (Iowa) Press-Citizen 2009-02-09
February 4, 2009 — Sequoia Union High School District adjust free speech policies, Shaun Bishop, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News 2009-02-04
January 17, 2009 — Trained journalists still needed in the world, Alonzo Weston, St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press 2009-01-17
January 12, 2009 — Students report, teacher fired?, Keith Reid, The Record, Stockton, Calif. 2009-01-12
January 10, 2009 — Teens today-beyond the cliches, Steve Scauzillo, San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group, West Covina (Calif.) 2009-01-10
January 9, 2009 — Novice MHS journalists produce first school newspaper in 25 years, Nathaniel West, Mattoon Journal-Gazette/Charleston Times-Courier (Ill.) 2009-01-09
January 4, 2009 — New California law protects school journalism advisors, Robert J. Lopez, Los Angeles (Calif.) Times 2009-01-04
January 1, 2009 — Prep journalism teachers get shield against retaliation for student work, Walter Yost , The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee 2009-01-01
December 17, 2008 — Student newspaper issue likely on hold, Corey Butler Jr., Faribault (Minn.) Daily news 2008-12-17
December 14, 2008 — Students hear from veterans about war, Julie Levin, The Miami Herald 2008-12-14
December 11, 2008 — High school journalism changes with the times, Stephanie Carroll, Lahontan Valley (Nev.) News 2008-12-11
December 10, 2008 — Col. Crawford resurrects school newspaper, Kimberly Gasuras, Telegraph-Forum, Bucyrus 2008-12-10
December 10, 2008 — Student editors faced with school restrictions do end run, collaborate with Faribault paper on sensitive story, Chris Ison , MinnPost.com , Minneapolis 2008-12-10
December 2, 2008 — Student sees that Westhill school paper is honest, fair and appropriate, Wynne Parry, The Advocate and Greenwich Time, Stamford, Conn. 2008-12-02
December 2, 2008 — School backs off newspaper, Teresa Auch Schultz, The Post-Tribune of Northwest Indiana, Merrillville 2008-12-02
November 29, 2008 — The fight to seek, tell the truth won’t ever stop, Rich Jackson, The Post-Tribune of Northwest Indiana, Merrillville 2008-11-29
November 29, 2008 — Young reporters make journalist’s day, Julian Emerson, Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wis. 2008-11-29
November 29, 2008 — Instability takes toll on high school journalism, Melanie C. Johnson, The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif. 2008-11-29
November 26, 2008 — Expert claims school is violating rights, Teresa Auch Schultz, The Post-Tribune of Northwest Indiana, Portage, Ind. 2008-11-26
November 20, 2008 — Students have spirit, but will it be enough?, Casey Parks, The Oregonian, Portland 2008-11-20
November 19, 2008 — High school journalism class learns how to produce on deadline, Chris Fusciardi, The Leader & The Kalkaskian, Kalkaska 2008-11-19
November 19, 2008 — High school freshman penning weekly weather report for newspaper, Sarah Ashworth, Vermont Public Radio, Colchester 2008-11-19
November 16, 2008 — Newspaper that gives teens a voice is at risk , Cheryl V. Jackson, Chicago (Calif.) Sun-Times 2008-11-16
November 16, 2008 — Plans to restart Carlmont paper in place, Heather Murtagh, The San Mateo County(Calif.) Times 2008-11-16
November 15, 2008 — Putting together a school newspaper takes a lot of work, Tiffany Reed , Culpeper (Va.) Star-Exponent 2008-11-15
November 15, 2008 — Carlmont High could re-launch paper by next week, Jessica Bernstein-Wax, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News 2008-11-15
November 14, 2008 — St. Louis is host to 5,000 student journalists, Tim O’Neil, St. Louis (Mo.) Post-Dispatch 2008-11-14
November 13, 2008 — Puyallup students sue over sex story, Jennifer Sullivan, The Seattle (Wash.) Times 2008-11-13
November 12, 2008 — Carlmont High shuts down student paper, Jessica Bernstein-Wax, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News 2008-11-12
November 12, 2008 — Cat Tales begins publishing without prior review, Laura Geggel, SnoValley Star, Snoqualmie, Wash. 2008-11-12
November 11, 2008 — Story in Tokay student newspaper highlights alleged copyright violations of Tiger images, Jennifer Bonnett, Lodi (Calif.) News – Sentinal 2008-11-11
November 11, 2008 — School shuts down paper, Heather Murtagh, The Daily Journal, San Mateo 2008-11-11
November 11, 2008 — ACLU sues Fallbrook High School over free speech issues, Bruce Lieberman, The San Diego (Calif.) Union-Tribune 2008-11-11
November 6, 2008 — High school class goes to press with monthly newspaper, Elizabeth Caldwell, The Kodiak (Alaska) Daily Mirror, 2008-11-06
October 31, 2008 — CV school newspaper endorses Obama, Elizabeth Gibson, The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, Penn. 2008-10-31
October 30, 2008 — Students get rare opportunity , Kim Hone-McMahan, Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal 2008-10-30
October 30, 2008 — Redwood High student says he was suspended for conservative paper, Rob Rogers, Marin Independent Journal, Novato, Calif. 2008-10-30
October 30, 2008 — Redwood High student says he was suspended for conservative paper, Rob Rogers, Marin Independent Journal, Novato 2008-10-30
October 28, 2008 — Berkeley Rep Raises Funds For High School Newspaper, James Parker, The Daily Californian, Berkeley 2008-10-28
October 26, 2008 — Watchdog column, Thomas Peele, Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek, Calif. 2008-10-26
October 21, 2008 — Student paper adviser removed, David Jesse, The Ann Arbor (Mich.) News 2008-10-21
October 20, 2008 — High School Journalism Classes Threatened in Florida, Anne Anderson, PoynterOnline, St. Petersburg, Fla. 2008-10-20
October 16, 2008 — Principal plans to review school newspaper, Laura Geggel, SnoValley Star, Snoqualmie, Wash. 2008-10-16
October 16, 2008 — Berkeley Rep Raises $6,000 to Help Struggling Student Newspaper , Riya Bhattacharjee, The Berkeley (Calif.) Daily Planet 2008-10-16
October 14, 2008 — The trials and tribulations of student journalism at Hinsdale Central, South , Rob Siebert, The Doings, Hinsdale, Ill. 2008-10-14
October 13, 2008 — Protecting Teachers Who Protect Free Speech, Jill Kuraitis, New West, Missoula, Mont. 2008-10-13
October 13, 2008 — District disputes claims by quoted high schoolers, Debby Abe, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2008-10-13
October 13, 2008 — How free is student speech in Puyallup?: Puyallup newspaper policy upsets some, Debby Abe, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2008-10-13
October 10, 2008 — Buzz is building around town about publication, Kristen Cates, Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune 2008-10-10
September 28, 2008 — Behavior issues: the battle over Cascade High’s student newspaper, Eric Stevick and Scott North, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2008-09-28
September 28, 2008 — PA system announcements old school; video newscasts take over at Treasure Coast schools, James Schram, Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, Stuart, Fla. 2008-09-28
September 24, 2008 — Students design First Amendment license plate, Rob Earnshaw, The Times of Northwest Indiana, Munster 2008-09-24
September 3, 2008 — Lincoln-Way alum takes over WGN anchor duties Journalism student cool in the hot seat during interview, Karen Hanson, The Lincoln-Way (Ill.) Sun 2008-09-03
August 28, 2008 — UD-3 board mulls policy for student newspaper, John Flowers, Addison County Independent, Middlebury, Vt. 2008-08-28
August 28, 2008 — Nashua South junior to cover GOP Convention for radio station, Michael Brindley, The Telegraph, Nashua, N.H. 2008-08-28
August 17, 2008 — $140,000 paid out in probe of Everett teacher Everett schools’ legal bills mount in surveillance case , Eric Stevick and Scott North, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2008-08-17
August 10, 2008 — Students go to print: Free forum for expression, Brent Champaco, The News Tribune, Tacoma 2008-08-10
August 7, 2008 — Teacher scores victory in fight for student free speech, Melanie Hicken, The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Calif. 2008-08-07
August 7, 2008 — Pulled editorial sparks protest, Bruce Lieberman, The San Diego Union-Tribune 2008-08-07
August 6, 2008 — Hot off the press!: ‘Cat Chat’ dishes the news at Bluffton High, Liz Mitchell, The Island Packet, Hilton Head Island 2008-08-06
August 6, 2008 — MHS student helps push for school paper, David Ball, Port Arthur News 2008-08-06
August 4, 2008 — Journalism On Tap For Schools, Linnea Brown, Hernando Today, Brooksville, Fla. 2008-08-04
August 3, 2008 — School spy cam probe veiled in secrecy: Independence of Everett district’s investigation questioned, Scott North and Eric Stevick, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2008-08-03
July 19, 2008 — Advisor fights for free speech, Gary Warth, North County Times, Escondido, Calif. 2008-07-19
July 16, 2008 — Journalism workshop helps students learn perspective, Elvia Malagon, The Post-Tribune of Northwest Indiana, Merrillville 2008-07-16
July 3, 2008 — Everett schools superintendent to retire, Robert Faturechi, The Seattle Times 2008-07-03
June 19, 2008 — Redding high school tackles the First Amendment: Shasta paper’s flag-burning photo ignites a firestorm, Nicole McGovern , Chico (Calif.) News & Review 2008-06-19
June 18, 2008 — First Amendment issues still a struggle in high schools, Melissa Jenco, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights 2008-06-18
June 14, 2008 — Volcano to be published again: Shasta High district officials to allow future editor to run paper, Rob Rogers , Record Searchlight, Redding, Calif. 2008-06-14
June 10, 2008 — School newspapers thrive across SouthCoast, Phil Devitt, The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2008-06-10
June 10, 2008 — Shasta High Volcano erupts, Rob Rogers, Record Searchlight, Redding, Calif. 2008-06-10
June 5, 2008 — Tigers’ Print backers urge MUHS school board to oppose censorship, John Flowers, Addison County Independent, Middlebury, Vt. 2008-06-05
June 3, 2008 — Middlebury board slates school paper discussion, Gordon Dritschilo, Rutland (Vt.) Herald 2008-06-03
May 27, 2008 — Censorship widening, experts say: Naperville Central newspaper adviser’s ouster cited as example of trend in U.S. high schools, Ted Gregory, Chicago Tribune 2008-05-27
May 26, 2008 — Teenage Newshounds, It’s a Dog-Eat-Dog World, Dave Itzkoff, The New York Times 2008-05-26
May 19, 2008 — Not just their space: High school newspaper exposes MySpace, Facebook, Nancy Kaffer, Crain’s Detroit Business 2008-05-19
May 12, 2008 — MUHS journalism program, student newspaper may be on the way out, John Flowers, Addison County Independent, Middlebury, Vt. 2008-05-12
April 30, 2008 — Eureka High’s newspaper pulled off racks, Thadeus Greenson , Times-Standard, Eureka, Calif. 2008-04-30
April 27, 2008 — ‘Bark’ adviser fights losing Vaca High post, Melissa Murphy, The Reporter, Vacaville, Calif. 2008-04-27
April 22, 2008 — Teen journalists busy with presidential campaign stories, Kim Grizzard, The Daily Reflector, Greenville, N.C. 2008-04-22
April 22, 2008 — Was Cascade High School teacher being spied on?: The teachers union believes Kay Powers was being watched with a camera hidden in her classroom., Eric Stevick, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2008-04-22
April 18, 2008 — La Follette newspaper in cash crunch, Doug Erickson, Wisconsin State Journal, Madison 2008-04-18
April 15, 2008 — California eyes new free-speech protections in schools, Daniel B. Wood, Christian Science Monitor, Boston 2008-04-15
April 15, 2008 — Fired Everett teacher ‘delighted’ with deal: Kay Powers reached a settlement with the Everett School District that will let her teach., Eric Stevick, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2008-04-15
April 10, 2008 — State Senate panel OKs bill to protect journalism teachers, Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle 2008-04-10
April 2, 2008 — Foley Hi-Lites offers campus coverage, Katie Miller, Foley (Ala.) Onlooker 2008-04-02
March 26, 2008 — Flowery Branch High students waiting for broadcasting equipment, Jeff Gill, The Times, Gainesville, Ga. 2008-03-26
March 26, 2008 — Banks students publish the Bobcat Beat, Jaine Treadwell, The Messenger, Troy, Ala. 2008-03-26
March 20, 2008 — Watertown High School’s Raider Times returns, Jillian Fennimore, Watertown (Mass.) Tab and Press 2008-03-20
March 19, 2008 — Students keep school informed, Mike Terry, Collinsville (Ill.) Herald 2008-03-19
March 18, 2008 — School newspaper adviser forced out: Teacher criticized Naperville principal, Ted Gregory, Chicago Tribune 2008-03-18
March 18, 2008 — Beloved Kearsley student broadcast goes dark, RoNeisha Mullen, The Flint (Mich.) Journal 2008-03-18
March 13, 2008 — High school, student paper in censorship squabble, Nirvi Shah, The Miami Herald 2008-03-13
March 10, 2008 — Campus video labs bring students into the 21st century, Marianne Lucchesi Hamilton, Bay Area News Group, San Jose, Calif. 2008-03-10
March 9, 2008 — This Is Your Teenager on Camera, Elizabeth Jensen, The New York Times 2008-03-09
March 5, 2008 — City Voice: Underground Student Publications Lead to Revitalization of High School Newspaper, Bret McCabe, Baltimore City Paper 2008-03-05
March 1, 2008 — Proposed bill protects school newspapers’ freedom of press: Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Mateo is backer, Steven Harmon, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury-News 2008-03-01
February 28, 2008 — A real newspaper for Ellensburg High School students, Don Grownning, Daily Record, Ellensburg, Wash. 2008-02-28
February 28, 2008 — Darien High newspaper’s anti-recognition editorial raises eyebrows, Susan Shultz, The Darien (Conn.) Times 2008-02-28
February 27, 2008 — High school paper, the Buzz, is back: Controversial editorial silenced it in 2001, Jamie Oppenheim, Novato (Calif.) Advance 2008-02-27
February 27, 2008 — Journalism Students Turn To Podcasts, Michele Sager, The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune 2008-02-27
February 25, 2008 — Students back after Savanna High scare, Eric Carpenter, The Orange County (Calif.) Register, Santa Ana, Calif. 2008-02-25
February 24, 2008 — It’s a balancing act for journalism advisers, Jenifer Gee, Auburn (Calif.) Journal 2008-02-24
February 19, 2008 — Former Novato student wins suit over free speech, Nancy Isles Nation, Marin Independent Journal, Novato, Calif. 2008-02-19
February 19, 2008 — School newspaper drops a V-bomb: Cleveland High is in an uproar after an issue discusses the ‘Vagina Monologues,’ with a front-page diagram., Susannah Rosenblatt, Los Angeles Times 2008-02-19
February 15, 2008 — Students Want High School Video Classes, Sharon Cotal, The Signal, Santa Clarita, Calif. 2008-02-15
February 14, 2008 — Pleasant Valley High School newspaper may not print next year, Chris Gullick, Chico (Calif.) Enterprise-Record 2008-02-14
February 14, 2008 — Learning lessons through writing, Heather Murtagh, The San Mateo (Calif.) Daily Journal 2008-02-14
February 14, 2008 — Principal: Dispute over newspaper resolved, Bill McCleery, The Indianapolis Star 2008-02-14
February 12, 2008 — Franklin High journalists, principal at odds: Newspaper stories about sex concern some; administrator suggests stricter review, Bill McCleery, The Indianapolis Star 2008-02-12
February 6, 2008 — Bid to safeguard Wash. student press fails again, Melanie Bengtson, First Amendment Center, Nashville, Tenn. 2008-02-06
February 5, 2008 — Riverside high school newspaper gets city’s attention, Laurie Lucas, The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif. 2008-02-05
January 28, 2008 — A behind-the-scenes look at high school newsmakers, April Reynolds, The Times, Shreveport, La. 2008-01-28
January 25, 2008 — Students relate stories on camera: Award-winning journalism program stresses creativity, research, Bruce Lieberman, San Diego Union-Tribune 2008-01-25
January 23, 2008 — Hearing is set for fired teacher, The Seattle Times 2008-01-23
January 14, 2008 — Cameras also used at Newton North, Chrissie Long, The Daily News Tribune, Waltham, Mass. 2008-01-14
January 8, 2008 — Lion Pride Press covers BAHS … and beyond, Tanya Mitchell, Waldo County Citizen, Belfast, Maine 2008-01-08
December 27, 2007 — School newspaper gets the scoop on hidden cameras: Teachers’ union in Newton, city panel seeking explanation, John C. Drake, The Boston Globe 2007-12-27
December 21, 2007 — Return of school newspaper gives students a voice, Rahmel Edgar Summerlin, Asbury Park Press, Neptune, N.J. 2007-12-21
December 16, 2007 — Despite current industry troubles, Red Bluff High School newspaper shows it’s not bluffing on journalism, Tim Hearden , Record Searchlight, Redding, Calif. 2007-12-16
December 15, 2007 — Hart High Officials May Have Violated Education Code, Sharon Cotal , The Signal, Santa Clarita, Calif. 2007-12-15
December 15, 2007 — Bethel seniors restore ‘voice’, Tony Burchynst, Times-Herald, Vallejo, Calif. 2007-12-15
December 15, 2007 — Young journalists find work ‘fun’, Michel Nolan, The San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sun 2007-12-15
December 12, 2007 — Online news sparks Churchville-Chili paper, Ernst Lamothe Jr. , Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat & Chronicle 2007-12-12
December 11, 2007 — Kankakee student journalists recreate high school newspaper, Janet Cremer, The Daily Journal, Kankakee, Ill. 2007-12-11
December 8, 2007 — Eagle-eyed editor stays the course, Sarah Lemagie, Star Tribune, Minneapolis 2007-12-08
November 30, 2007 — Round Rock school will run drug abuse article despite allegations of inaccuracies: Officials say journalism teacher did not prove facts in story, Isadora Vail, Austin (Texas) American-Statesman 2007-11-30
November 27, 2007 — Keeping wary eye on Web comments: At Paly, editing for civility is (darn) hard, Kim Vo, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury-News 2007-11-27
November 25, 2007 — Produced by, starring teenagers: ‘Teen Talk’ on cable channel AACPS-TV gives Arundel students control of their programming, Susan Gvozdas, The Sun, Baltimore 2007-11-25
November 21, 2007 — Fellow educators angry over teacher’s dismissal, Lynn Thompson, The Seattle Times 2007-11-21
November 20, 2007 — ‘We’re the problem-solvers’: Veteran journalism instructor selected to mentor beginning teachers, Bridget Manley, Steamboat Pilot & Today, Steamboat Springs, Colo. 2007-11-20
November 20, 2007 — Schools go into lockdown temporarily as a precaution this morning, Adjoa Adofo, The Kansas City (Mo.) Star 2007-11-20
November 16, 2007 — School program gives students a taste of life in front and behind the camera, Miriam Ramirez, The Monitor, McAllen, Texas 2007-11-16
November 15, 2007 — Teacher loses job for helping student newspaper, Eric Stevick, Herald, Everett, Wash. 2007-11-15
November 15, 2007 — Topping today’s news around school …: Student broadcasters deliver top stories, Jason Wermers, The News-Press, Fort Myers, Fla. 2007-11-15
November 14, 2007 — Policy on student expression challenged, Megan Almon, The Times-Herald, Newnan, Ga. 2007-11-14
November 11, 2007 — South students embark on project to record experiences of local war veterans, Bob Petrie , The Sheboygan (Wis.) Press 2007-11-11
October 30, 2007 — Students, adults gather on downtown square, W. Winston Skinner, The Times-Herald, Newnan, Ga. 2007-10-30
October 26, 2007 — Local advisers, youths pleased with state’s student journalism policies, Oseye T. Boyd, The Star-Press, Muncie, Ind. 2007-10-26
October 24, 2007 — Principal pulls Iowa City High newspaper, Gregg Hennigan, The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2007-10-24
October 17, 2007 — Smoke Signals staff back to work, W. Winston Skinner, The Times-Herald, Newnan, Ga. 2007-10-17
October 17, 2007 — The Amendment Man, Hilary Powell , The Medill News Service, Evanston, Ill. 2007-10-17
October 15, 2007 — Extra! Extra! Students revive newspaper, Lauren Radomski, Daily Journal, Fergus Falls, Minn. 2007-10-15
October 12, 2007 — Student newspaper shut down at E. Coweta, W. Winston Skinner, The Times-Herald, Newnan, Ga. 2007-10-12
October 12, 2007 — Student publication policy among most restrictive in state, Amy Riley, The Times-Herald, Newnan, Ga. 2007-10-12
October 10, 2007 — Stockdale students prepare to make Hoofprints into history, Nannette Kilbey-Smith, Wilson County News, Floresville, Texas 2007-10-10
October 6, 2007 — Teachers: Ethics key to student journalism, Benjamin Price, Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald 2007-10-06
October 4, 2007 — Story in school paper prompts lawsuit, Bill McCleery, The Indianapolis Star 2007-10-04
October 4, 2007 — The Brightonian unveils new look, JoAnn Knutson, Brighton (Colo.) Standard-Blade 2007-10-04
October 2, 2007 — Gays slammed in school paper: Some say Kell student’s argument against same-sex marriage should have been censored., Diane R. Stepp, Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007-10-02
October 2, 2007 — New Canaan Senior Takes Her TV Show From School to Cable, Monica Potts, The Advocate and Greenwich Time, Stamford, Conn. 2007-10-02
October 1, 2007 — Details matter at Homestead, Kelly Soderlund, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-10-01
September 30, 2007 — Suburbs boast the best in high school journalism, Georgia Evdoxiadis Garvey, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2007-09-30
September 28, 2007 — Michigan bill seeks to ensure freedom of student media, Gregory Herbert, Capital News Service, Lansing, Mich. 2007-09-28
September 20, 2007 — Tech teacher attends course to bolster school newspaper, Dan Baer, The Daily Item, Lynn, Mass. 2007-09-20
September 17, 2007 — Mandarin going back to the future with printed newspaper, Dan Scanlan, Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville 2007-09-17
September 13, 2007 — New tools for school: Students learn Mac and communication media, Marie Martin, Texarkana (Texas) Gazette 2007-09-13
September 10, 2007 — Black and white and forgotten all over?, Anna Phillips, City Limits magazine, New York, N.Y. 2007-09-10
September 5, 2007 — Student-newspaper editors settle with Everett schools, Lynn Thompson, The Seattle Times 2007-09-05
September 3, 2007 — This Eagle eyes new heights for Hartland paper , John Mueller, Daily Press & Argus, Howell, Mich. 2007-09-03
September 3, 2007 — Students want the real story, Pat Newcomb, The Huntsville (Ala.) Times 2007-09-03
September 2, 2007 — Martin High School students learn multimedia, Aimee Ford Foster, The Stuart (Fla.) News 2007-09-02
August 30, 2007 — Broward school paper to be star of MTV series, Nirvi Shah, The Miami Herald 2007-08-30
August 29, 2007 — Weston High journalists hit ground running, Zachary K. Johnson, The Record, Stockton, Calif. 2007-08-29
August 16, 2007 — East Jordan keeps journalism as part of curriculum; Teacher switch brings complaint, Fred Gray, Petoskey (Mich.) News-Review 2007-08-16
August 12, 2007 — Embattled teacher no longer in EACS: Sorrell to teach journalism, English at city private school, Megan Hubartt, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-08-12
August 10, 2007 — Reporter may be cub, but building experience, Jason Pulliam, The Des Moines (Iowa) Register 2007-08-10
August 8, 2007 — Ousted adviser defended: Administration criticized by student journalists, Will Bigham, Inland Daily Bulletin, Ontario, Calif. 2007-08-08
July 18, 2007 — County Scrutinizing Student Newspapers: County to offer journalism seminars to students, advisors and principals after questions of ethics and responsibility were raised last year, Lauren Glendenning, Burke (Va.) Connection 2007-07-18
July 13, 2007 — New law to aid student journalists, Tracy Loew, Statesman-Journal, Salem, Ore. 2007-07-13
July 10, 2007 — Student journalists’ right to expression expanded, Tracy Loew, USA Today, McLean, Va. 2007-07-10
June 26, 2007 — From Facebook To a Yearbook, Teens Get a Jolt, Daniel de Vise, The Washington Post 2007-06-26
June 20, 2007 — School Questions Journalists’ Integrity: Lake Braddock Secondary responds to controversial edition of the student newspaper after parents complain, Lauren Glendenning, Burke (Va.) Connection 2007-06-20
June 19, 2007 — MHS teacher hopes to re-launch school newspaper, David Ball, Port Arthur (Texas) News 2007-06-19
June 15, 2007 — Crimson Pride, Times have teamed up for years, Kayla Bunge, The Monroe (Wis.) Times 2007-06-15
June 15, 2007 — No paper at MHS next year, Kayla Bunge, The Monroe (Wis.) Times 2007-06-15
June 9, 2007 — Student, teacher publish, then pay, Melissa Slager, Herald, Everett, Wash. 2007-06-09
June 6, 2007 — Phoenix High students run their own TV news show, Paris Achen, Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore. 2007-06-06
May 30, 2007 — Journalism goes from a class to club at school, Lewis Griswold, The Fresno (Calif.) Bee 2007-05-30
May 29, 2007 — Anti-homosexuality letter roils Arcata High , Kevin L. Hoover, The Arcata (Calif.) Eye 2007-05-29
May 29, 2007 — Censorship battle grabbed headlines, but there’s fine print, Eric Hanson, Star Tribune, Minneapolis 2007-05-29
May 22, 2007 — Student’s opinion ruffles feathers at Arcata High, Courtney Hunt-Munther, The Eureka (Calif.) Reporter 2007-05-22
May 18, 2007 — Graduation day for first Chronicle classroom, Cynthia Leonor Garza, Houston Chronicle 2007-05-18
May 17, 2007 — Punished teacher lands D.C. student-rights honor, Kelly Soderlund, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-05-17
May 12, 2007 — Student newspaper to debut at Lincoln, LeeAnn Moore, Times Recorder/Coshocton Tribune, Zanesville, Ohio 2007-05-12
May 8, 2007 — The Little Dodger celebrates 90 years, Michael Neary, The Messenger, Fort Dodge, Iowa 2007-05-08
May 8, 2007 — Media savvy : This just in …: Taping, editing, anchoring: These campus newscasters are state of the TV art, Sam McManis, The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee 2007-05-08
May 5, 2007 — Are student newspapers a dying breed?, T.S. Mills-Faraudo, The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune 2007-05-05
May 1, 2007 — School newspaper adviser says she won’t be back: lentangy parents’ calls trigger changes at both high schools, Dana Wilson, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch 2007-05-01
April 28, 2007 — District says it’s not intolerant: Officials present their side in incident in which column about gays led to teacher’s transfer, Rob Schneider, The Indianapolis Star 2007-04-28
April 27, 2007 — Journalism teacher to be moved: Column about gays spurs suspension and transfer, Rob Schneider, The Indianapolis Star 2007-04-27
April 26, 2007 — Newspaper makes its debut at BHS, Timothy Holmseth, The Daily News, Wahpeton, N.D. 2007-04-26
April 21, 2007 — ‘The Uganda Project’: Loy Norrix penpal program connects students here with stories from African nation, Julie Mack, Kalamazoo (Mich.) Gazette 2007-04-21
April 19, 2007 — Teacher to leave role with paper: Students question principal’s censorship, Dave Breitenstein, The News-Press, Fort Myers, Fla. 2007-04-19
April 16, 2007 — Latinitas, as told by Latinas: What makes this after-school publishing program for Hispanic girls great? They’ll tell you., Omar L. Gallaga, Austin (Texas) American-Statesman 2007-04-16
April 15, 2007 — Suspended adviser praised as dedicated, caring teacher, Krista J. Stockman, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-04-15
April 14, 2007 — High school journalists quiz candidates, Patrick Crowley, The Cincinnati Enquirer 2007-04-14
April 14, 2007 — Students’ frankness sets off OPS uproar, Lynn Safranek, Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald 2007-04-14
April 13, 2007 — Public, board has say on Winnacunnet ‘sex edition’: Board, parents look to wellness task force, Susan Morse, Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald 2007-04-13
April 13, 2007 — OPS condemns Benson student newspaper for ‘N-word’ articles, Lynn Safranek, Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald 2007-04-13
April 12, 2007 — Olentangy debate over content: Papers’ stories go too far, critics say, Holly Zachariah, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch 2007-04-12
April 6, 2007 — A day in the life… – Oak Park High School journalism students explore Boonville, Theresa Krebs, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2007-04-06
March 31, 2007 — Publishing a high-school newspaper proves to be a First-Amendment lesson in free speech, Mark Pettus, The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville 2007-03-31
March 30, 2007 — Student journalists seek expressive freedom: Censorship fears spur bill to protect school writings, Peter Wong, Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore. 2007-03-30
March 29, 2007 — Student newspaper ‘sex’ issue draws shocked parent reaction, Patrick Cronin and Susan Morse, Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald 2007-03-29
March 23, 2007 — Principal reviews hit more EACS papers: At least one will be printed late as First Amendment debate rages, Krista J. Stockman, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-03-23
March 22, 2007 — Students show interest in running articles, Mena El-Sharkawi, The Facts, Clute, Texas 2007-03-22
March 21, 2007 — VISD spikes story in Riptide, Leslie Brown, Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber, Vashon, Wash. 2007-03-21
March 20, 2007 — School paper draws fire for article on sex pals: Montrose board says it won’t censor stories, Eric Reinagel, Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, N.Y. 2007-03-20
March 18, 2007 — 5 Questions for Megan Chase, Karen Francisco, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-03-18
March 17, 2007 — High-school newspaper’s sex issue has caused a stir, Dana Wilson, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch 2007-03-17
February 25, 2007 — Teacher tackles new subject with deadline pressure, Kathleen Ellyn, The Stayton Mail, Stayton, Ore. 2007-02-25
February 21, 2007 — Woodlan editorial on gays ignites firestorm: Principal demands prior review, warns teacher, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-02-21
February 20, 2007 — As seen on TV: New Canaan students hit the airwaves, Dave Ruden, The Advocate and Greenwich Time, Stamford, Conn. 2007-02-20
February 20, 2007 — EACS to discuss review of student paper: Jan. 19 opinion piece on homosexuality prompted principal’s decision, Ese Isiorho, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-02-20
February 11, 2007 — St. Francis / Web Site Born As Forum for Debate: Mom Senses Need for Community Dialogue on Referendum, Other Issues, Dave Orrick, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2007-02-11
February 4, 2007 — Student newspaper makes some headlines of its own: Controversial article lands in limelight, raises concerns, Erin Holmes, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2007-02-04
February 4, 2007 — Bill protects students’ free speech, Debbie Cafazzo, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2007-02-04
February 3, 2007 — School papers could face new oversight, James Carlson, The Capital-Journal, Topeka, Kan. 2007-02-03
February 2, 2007 — A novel idea: Fruita journalism students write to raise money, Sarah Protzman, The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, Colo. 2007-02-02
February 1, 2007 — Dateline: Waltham High School, Matt Perkins, The Daily News Tribune, Waltham, Mass. 2007-02-01
February 1, 2007 — First Amendment rights at issue for student newspapers, James Joyce III, Yakima (Wash.) Herald-Republic 2007-02-01
January 29, 2007 — Young journalists take cause to Capitol: Hearing draws crowd in support of free speech for student journalists: Opponents want to allow schools to set limits for articles, Brad Shannon, The Olympian, Olympia, Wash. 2007-01-29
January 28, 2007 — Student Journalists Develop Craft, Rose Ann Pearce, The Morning News, Springdale, Ark. 2007-01-28
January 28, 2007 — Legislator pushing student press rights , Rachel La Corte, The Associated Press 2007-01-28
January 24, 2007 — Danbury ISD students fight newspaper decision, Mena El-Sharkawi, The Facts, Clute, Texas 2007-01-24
January 23, 2007 — Student press bill to be heard in Olympia, Patrick Carlson, Daily Record, Ellensburg, Wash. 2007-01-23
January 22, 2007 — Sophomore wants to make newspaper her legacy to EWHS, Kory Loucks, Journal Inquirer, Manchester, Conn. 2007-01-22
January 21, 2007 — Bill would free student press, Elliott Wilson, The Seattle Times 2007-01-21
January 20, 2007 — Ripped ‘flag’ furor surprises photo’s star: Principal says play had context, while paper was ‘insensitive’, Dave Orrick, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2007-01-20
January 19, 2007 — School paper sparks debate on free speech, Joy Powell, Star Tribune, Minneapolis 2007-01-19
January 19, 2007 — Editor, principal agree to disagree in St. Francis, Dan Wascoe and Norm Draper, Star Tribune, Minneapolis 2007-01-19
January 18, 2007 — St. Francis superintendent defends photo ban, Dave Orrick, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2007-01-18
January 14, 2007 — District: Student paper policy not followed, Mena El-Sharkawi, The Facts, Clute, Texas 2007-01-14
January 13, 2007 — High school pulls Vox copies: Article examined drug use in teens, Mike Prager, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash. 2007-01-13
January 11, 2007 — ‘Paw Print’ pounces on school’s newsstand, Dave Ruden, The Advocate and Greenwich Time, Stamford, Conn. 2007-01-11
January 7, 2007 — Paper tigers, Emilie H. Wheeler, Herald-Journal, Spartanburg, S.C. 2007-01-07
January 5, 2007 — Princeton censors student magazine, Denise Smith Smos, The Cincinnati Enquirer 2007-01-05
December 26, 2006 — Pennant revived for students at Canton High School, Daily Ledger, Canton, Ill. 2006-12-26
December 24, 2006 — Storytelling time, Pamela McLoughlin, New Haven (Conn.) Register 2006-12-24
December 24, 2006 — Worst threat to kids is not the Internet: Experts weigh in on what you can do to keep children safe, Erin Calandriello, The Courier News, Elgin, Ill. 2006-12-24
December 22, 2006 — Bulldogs publish book to help fund newspaper, Valerie Detwiler-Clark, The Valley Chronicle, Hemet, Calif. 2006-12-22
December 19, 2006 — TWHS article causes uproar: Newspaper story on drinking had blurred-out photos of teens, James Carlson, The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2006-12-19
December 17, 2006 — News travels fast with Rapid Ranger, Beth LaMontagne, Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald 2006-12-17
December 11, 2006 — Reporters and rebels: Students distribute underground newspapers at two high schools in Everett as they carry on the fight against a district prior-review policy, Melissa Slager, Herald, Everett, Wash. 2006-12-11
December 10, 2006 — East High’s student journalists show serious side, Shellie Branco, The Bakersfield Californian 2006-12-10
December 6, 2006 — High school broadcasters report success, Charlie Spiering, Rappahannock News, Washington, Va. 2006-12-06
December 6, 2006 — SL High School Paper Gets An A-Plus, Amy Sylvestri, The San Leandro (Calif.) Times 2006-12-06
December 3, 2006 — START THE PRESSES: Local high schoolers set to launch the Vox, a monthly newspaper that debuts Wednesday, Heather Lalley, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash. 2006-12-03
December 1, 2006 — High school newspaper becomes course and enhances student community, Joe Giordano, The Oxford (Ohio) Press 2006-12-01
November 23, 2006 — High school pulls newspaper over racist opinion piece, Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times 2006-11-23
November 20, 2006 — Advocacy for First Amendment rights slipping, Nancy Kaffer, Hattiesburg (Miss.) American 2006-11-20
November 19, 2006 — School paper puts content online, focuses on writing articles adaptable to all forms of media, Cassandra A. Fortin, The Sun, Baltimore 2006-11-19
November 16, 2006 — Students’ censorship suit nears settlement, Shellie Branco, The Bakersfield Californian 2006-11-16
November 15, 2006 — School press walks fine line: High school journalists, eager to tell all, often feel hand of censorship, T. Keung Hui, The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. 2006-11-15
November 15, 2006 — High school newspaper goes online, Wendy Lautner, The News Messenger, Lincoln, Calif. 2006-11-15
November 12, 2006 — First-ever student newspaper launched at DHS, Lansing (Mich.) State Journal 2006-11-12
November 9, 2006 — Students Help High School Newspaper, Mary Hood, The Auburn (Ala.) Plainsman 2006-11-09
November 2, 2006 — Magazine option doesn’t appeal to some, Jon Krenek, The Daily Journal, Kankakee, Ill. 2006-11-02
November 1, 2006 — Students irate over school newspaper censorship, Sara Kiesler, The Daytona Beach (Fla.) News-Journal 2006-11-01
October 29, 2006 — Privacy rules ruffle U-46: Hundreds opt for privacy over yearbook, Emily Krone, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2006-10-29
October 29, 2006 — You can’t publish that!: Censoring high school students, Olympia Meola and Lindsay Kastner, Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch 2006-10-29
October 25, 2006 — RIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION: Middletown teacher says camcorder confiscation is unfair, Dianna Cahn, The Times Herald-Record, Middletown, N.Y. 2006-10-25
October 24, 2006 — School newspaper censored: The offending content: already-posted test data., Letitia Stein, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2006-10-24
October 23, 2006 — Student reporters don’t shy away from tough topics, Oseye T. Boyd, The Star Press, Muncie, Ind. 2006-10-23
October 21, 2006 — Black, white and not read all over: Some school newspapers struggling to stay afloat, Emily Krone, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2006-10-21
October 19, 2006 — Trustees OK Sunday, free speech policies, Lisa Schencker, The Bakersfield Californian 2006-10-19
October 18, 2006 — Petaluma High faces challenges in reviving student newspaper, Dan Johnson, Argus-Courier, Petaluma, Calif. 2006-10-18
October 17, 2006 — Student experiences breaking news: Gas leak evacuation hands-on opportunity for high schoolers, Gaynelle Miller, The Lansing (Mich.) State Journal 2006-10-17
October 13, 2006 — HHS newspaper hits the presses, Leada Gore, Hartselle (Ala.) Enquirer 2006-10-13
October 11, 2006 — Future of North TV studio in jeopardy, Rachel Lebeaux, Newton (Mass.) TAB 2006-10-11
October 4, 2006 — Virtual school starts online newspaper: High school students write for publication from around the world, Dave Toplikar, Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World 2006-10-04
October 3, 2006 — Class helps students relate to the world, Anita Stackhouse-Hite, The Porterville (Calif.) Record 2006-10-03
October 3, 2006 — Bronchos run student paper with freedom, Jennifer Edwards, Odessa (Texas) American 2006-10-03
October 1, 2006 — Meet the (Student) Press, Rebecca L. Weber, NEA Today, Washington, D.C. 2006-10-01
September 18, 2006 — School paper takes write stuff, Denise Goolsby, The Desert Sun, Palm Springs, Calif. 2006-09-18
August 28, 2006 — Above the fold: Miller students mean serious journalism this year, David Kassabian, Corpus Christi (Texas) Caller-Times 2006-08-28
July 23, 2006 — Five questions: Lessons in journalism and people, Susana Barciela, The Miami Herald 2006-07-23
June 29, 2006 — Rogue student travels through building with temporary identification, Megan Jurinek, The Times of Northwestern Indiana, Munster, Ind. 2006-06-29
June 27, 2006 — Lake Shore schools put pressure on publications: Revised policy could lead to veto of student articles, Shabina S. Khatri, Detroit Free Press 2006-06-27
June 27, 2006 — Campus paper hot topic: Sexual content prompts censorship, possible lawsuit, Pam Wight, Pasadena (Calif.) Star-News 2006-06-27
June 26, 2006 — Teacher ousted from post as student paper adviser, Shirley Dang, Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek, Calif. 2006-06-26
June 7, 2006 — Mt. Lebanon principal kills editorial in high school newspaper, Staff, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2006-06-07
June 7, 2006 — Student paper loses adviser over story, Leah Friedman, The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. 2006-06-07
June 4, 2006 — ‘Putnam Press’ honored, Natalia E. Arbul, The Republican, Springfield, Mass. 2006-06-04
June 2, 2006 — Free speech on campus sought, Shellie Branco, The Bakersfield Californian 2006-06-02
June 2, 2006 — After months of controversy, Mill Stream publishes oral sex story, Chris Sikich, The Noblesville (Ind.) Ledger 2006-06-02
May 25, 2006 — Can students talk about sex?, Anna Chang-Yen, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2006-05-25
May 25, 2006 — School paper is accused of breaking law, Laura Hancock, The Deseret News, Salt Lake City 2006-05-25
May 22, 2006 — Censorship of students feared: District to present new policy tonight on Lake Shore High’s newspaper, Shabina S. Khatri, Detroit Free Press 2006-05-22
May 19, 2006 — ‘The Bulldogger’ student newspaper turns 100 , John Lindenberger, The North Platte (Neb.) Telegraph 2006-05-19
May 18, 2006 — Young journalists try to compromise: Staff will work with adviser, 2 district officials to rewrite oral sex story so it can be published, Lisa Renze-Rhodes, The Indianapolis Star 2006-05-18
May 16, 2006 — Sex story may run — with changes: NHS newspaper can appeal ruling, publish with superintendent’s edit, Rosalyn Demaree, The Noblesville (Ind) Ledger 2006-05-16
May 15, 2006 — Times Are Tough for News Media, but Journalism Schools Are Still Booming, Katharine Q. Seelye, The New York Times 2006-05-15
May 14, 2006 — Freedom unfettered: Freedom High School doesn’t censor what its students print in their newspaper, and it has paid off with a national award, Emily Nipps, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2006-05-14
May 9, 2006 — Real-World Education, Jordan McDaniel, The Free-Lance Star, Fredericksburg, Va. 2006-05-09
May 4, 2006 — Student hideaway: The 31-year jig is up, Jeremy P. Meyer , The Denver Post 2006-05-04
May 3, 2006 — Schools’ Free Speech Policy Stays As Is: Revision Proposal Roundly Opposed, Fulvio Cativc, The Courant, Hartford, Conn. 2006-05-03
April 29, 2006 — Newspaper in Need, Rob Rogers, Marin (Calif.) Independent Journal 2006-04-29
April 25, 2006 — Tanning salon ads common in high school newspapers, Amy Norton, Reuters, New York 2006-04-25
April 20, 2006 — Park School podcast helps spread the news: 10-student team produces show each Wednesday, Mary Scott, The Sun, Baltimore 2006-04-20
April 18, 2006 — Teens want to publish sex story: Mill Stream staffers appeal decision of superintendent to hold story, Chris Sikich, The Noblesville (Ind.) Ledger 2006-04-18
April 13, 2006 — Reaction to editorial cartoon puts student on the defensive, Amie Streater, Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram 2006-04-13
April 9, 2006 — Paper dedicated to lost classmates, Jacqueline Lane, The Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise 2006-04-09
April 4, 2006 — April Fools joke goes awry, Hayley Kessler, Daily Review Atlas, Monmouth, Ill. 2006-04-04
April 4, 2006 — An A-plus school paper struggles to press on: Roxborough High’s student newspaper could afford to print only one edition last school year, but it won a statewide honor, Susan Snyder, The Philadelphia Inquirer 2006-04-04
April 3, 2006 — Bulldog Barker April Fools? Day spoof goes awry, The Standard Democrat, Sikeston, Mo. 2006-04-03
April 2, 2006 — District will print ‘choking game’ story, David Templeton, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2006-04-02
March 30, 2006 — Haslett’s journalists stir the pot, Dan Trudeau, South Lyon (Mich.) Herald 2006-03-30
March 25, 2006 — Central student is state’s top student journalist: Luke Beasley’s older brother, Caleb, also was named Indiana Student Journalist of the Year when he was Munsonian editor, Oseye T. Boyd, The Star Press, Muncie, Ind. 2006-03-25
March 24, 2006 — Student editorial in Huntley student paper censored, Tom Musick, Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake, Ill. 2006-03-24
March 21, 2006 — High school declines to publish report of choking game victim from Lawrence, Dave Ranney, Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World 2006-03-21
March 21, 2006 — High school reporter gets wide attention, David Templeton, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2006-03-21
March 12, 2006 — Reporter fights to air her story: Article on choking game pulled from student newspaper, David Templeton, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2006-03-12
March 8, 2006 — Given the Freedom, Tireless Reporters Excel, Michael Winerip, The New York Times 2006-03-08
March 3, 2006 — Students pay tribute to late art teacher:West York administration restricts student expression about teacher’s suicide, Michelle Starr, York (Pa.) Daily Record 2006-03-03
March 2, 2006 — Colonel Journal newspaper offers real-world experience, Anne Tiu, The Gleaner, Henderson, Ky. 2006-03-02
February 24, 2006 — Schools chief bars student publication of story on sex: Noblesville superintendent calls article on oral sex inappropriate for high schoolers, Andy Gammill, The Indianapolis Star 2006-02-24
February 18, 2006 — Board bans school ads: Content restricted in Warwick student paper, Steve Mariconti, The Times Herald-Record, Middletown, N.Y. 2006-02-18
February 17, 2006 — Committee reviews oral sex article, Robert Herrington, The Noblesville (Ind.) Daily Times 2006-02-17
February 16, 2006 — Winfrey, Gates tape at San Diego High, with media at bay, Maureen Magee, The San Diego Union-Tribune 2006-02-16
February 10, 2006 — Public shares concerns and kudos with Port Hope board, Traci L. Weisenbach, The Huron Daily Tribune, Bad Axe, Mich. 2006-02-10
February 10, 2006 — Looking like Columbus North?, Robert Herrington, Noblesville (Ind.) Daily Times 2006-02-10
February 9, 2006 — Student journalist wants scoop on Army life, Gary Morrison, The Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press 2006-02-09
February 7, 2006 — Pictures get the school newspaper shelved, David Wickert, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2006-02-07
February 7, 2006 — Sex story on hold at NHS newspaper: Principal delays story after parents, staff voice concern, Chris Sikich, The Noblesville (Ind.) Ledger 2006-02-07
February 7, 2006 — Brooklyn Tech Principal Resigns After Wrongdoing Is Found, Elissa Gootman, The New York Times 2006-02-07
February 5, 2006 — Outbreak of fights unsettles school: Five fights at a normally quiet high school are causing some parents, Jennifer Mooney Piedra, The Miami Herald 2006-02-05
February 3, 2006 — Student newspaper article about oral sex stirs up controversy: A committee will review article before publication , Robert Herrington, Noblesville (Ind.) Daily Times 2006-02-03
January 25, 2006 — School journalism hits safety roadblock: Students’ names removed for protection, Greg Shulas, Connecticut Post, Bridgeport 2006-01-25
January 24, 2006 — Students say board stifling free speech: Lake Shore administrators will decide newspaper content, Tom Watts, The Macomb Daily, Mount Clemens, Mich. 2006-01-24
January 24, 2006 — School newspaper subject to review, Leean Tupper, The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2006-01-24
January 24, 2006 — Extra review of student paper rejected, The Associated Press, Columbus, Ind. 2006-01-24
January 20, 2006 — Students say free speech at stake, Tom Watts, The Macomb Daily, Mount Clemens, Mich. 2006-01-20
January 17, 2006 — Print with caution: Student journalists are watching what they write in school newspapers to ensure that content is appropriate, but still relevant to their peers. speaking out, Antwanette Jones , The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News 2006-01-17
January 15, 2006 — Testing their mettle: Two Everett High School student editors are learning not only from their history and math classes, but from their lawsuit against the school district, Melissa Slager, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2006-01-15
January 13, 2006 — Claim of royalty, a con revealed, Alex Friedrich and Mary Divine, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2006-01-13
January 12, 2006 — Deputies investigate sex offender who posed as royalty at Stillwater school, Alex Friedrich, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2006-01-12
January 2, 2006 — Teen home from Iraq: Many unanswered questions remain about his risky venture, Tonya Alanez, Sallie James and Jamie Malernee, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale 2006-01-02
January 1, 2006 — The Next Generation, Kiera Butler, Columbia Journalism Review, New York 2006-01-01
December 30, 2005 — Broward teen returning home after sneaking away to Iraq to ‘answer justice’s call’, Jamie Malernee and Kevin Smith, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale 2005-12-30
December 28, 2005 — Student editors sue for free-speech rights, Lynn Thompson, The Seattle Times 2005-12-28
December 27, 2005 — Student newspaper quotes haunt superintendent: Context missing, Watson claims, Michael Valkys, Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal 2005-12-27
December 23, 2005 — Official wants to restrain school newspaper after oral sex report, The Associated Press 2005-12-23
December 23, 2005 — Student editors’ omission becomes lesson on news ethics, Jenna Buzzacco, Naples (Fla.) Daily News 2005-12-23
December 8, 2005 — Gay support group ad pulled from L-S paper, Colby Itkowitz, Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster, Pa. 2005-12-08
November 30, 2005 — Oak Leaf editor says, ‘We’re still fighting!’, Darrell Richardson, The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2005-11-30
November 29, 2005 — Censored paper will be edited, reprinted, Leean Tupper, The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2005-11-29
November 29, 2005 — Paper chase draws crowd: OR school chief tells group issue could be resolved today, Bob Fowler, The Knoxville (Tenn.) News-Sentinel 2005-11-29
November 29, 2005 — Schools frown at censorship reports, Jacqueline Lane, Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise 2005-11-29
November 26, 2005 — Paper’s seizure raises questions, Bob Fowler, The Knoxville (Tenn.) News-Sentinel 2005-11-26
November 23, 2005 — Too sexy? Student paper confiscated, Leean Tupper, The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2005-11-23
November 21, 2005 — Students begin online newspaper: Project backed by New York Times, Jennifer Booth Reed, The News-Press, Fort Myers, Fla. 2005-11-21
November 17, 2005 — Job shadowing: Interest in journalism leads CHHS students to The Progress-Index, Julie Buchanan, The Progress-Index, Petersburg, Va. 2005-11-17
November 6, 2005 — Press run for in high schools: Young journalists face many of the challenges of the profession, Hanah Cho, The Sun, Baltimore 2005-11-06
November 4, 2005 — East High paper finally publishes articles on gays , Christina Sosa, The Bakersfield Californian 2005-11-04
October 28, 2005 — Proposal puts newspapers in students’ hands, Melissa Griffy, The Repository, Canton, Ohio 2005-10-28
October 20, 2005 — Dare student publication regulations are revisited, Catherine Kozak, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk 2005-10-20
October 19, 2005 — Newspaper is a big hit at LGUHS, Andy Rosen, Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer 2005-10-19
October 18, 2005 — Student ad triggers debate, Mike Dawson, The Times Herald-Record, Middletown, N.Y. 2005-10-18
October 15, 2005 — Student newspaper locked in stalemate: Everett High’s student editors protest the new principal’s policy, Melissa Slager, Herald, Everett, Wash. 2005-10-15
October 12, 2005 — Morphing Outrage Into Ideas: Search for solutions is born out of anger over a student newspaper piece, Jia-Rui Chong, Los Angeles Times 2005-10-12
October 12, 2005 — Ex-adviser will get $74,000: Settlement bars teacher from ever applying for a job in district, Jon Murray, The Indianapolis Star 2005-10-12
October 7, 2005 — Dare County Schools, journalism students at odds over new regs, Charley Bunyea, Outer Banks Sentinel, Nags Head, N.C. 2005-10-07
October 6, 2005 — School papers get students’ hands dirty: Journalism classes help writers learn , Jessica Burchard, Chillicothe (Ohio) Gazette 2005-10-06
September 27, 2005 — Guard free speech, North grad urges Roosevelt students, Christina Smith, The Des Moines (Iowa) Register 2005-09-27
September 16, 2005 — Students win fight to publish sex articles, Elizabeth Moore, The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J. 2005-09-16
September 15, 2005 — Young journalists ready to face challenges: Hoover’s newspaper staff has a strong, award-winning tradition to uphold, Laura Pieper, The Des Moines (Iowa) Register 2005-09-15
September 13, 2005 — Students in area trying classes on journalism, Justin McIntosh, The Marietta (Ohio) Times 2005-09-13
September 8, 2005 — Ex-school paper adviser settles with district, The Indianapolis Star 2005-09-08
September 5, 2005 — Students Sue to Write About Gays: Kern County school administrators block a newspaper’s series on homosexual issues, Veronica Torrejón, Los Angeles Times 2005-09-05
August 25, 2005 — Teacher’s suit against school district delayed, The Indianapolis Star 2005-08-25
August 23, 2005 — Federal court to hear teacher’s lawsuit, Jon Murray, The Indianapolis Star 2005-08-23
August 16, 2005 — Students suing to run stories on gays urge district to settle, Jessica Logan, The Bakersfield Californian 2005-08-16
August 9, 2005 — Ex-newspaper adviser sues school district, Jon Murray, The Indianapolis Star 2005-08-09
July 25, 2005 — Teen Journo Draws Fire After Army Sting, Graham Webster, Editor & Publisher magazine, New York 2005-07-25
July 24, 2005 — Students’ Web sites put schools in quandary, Eric Hsu, The Record, Hackensack, N.J. 2005-07-24
July 14, 2005 — Teachers group resolves to educate members about student press rights, Campbell Roth, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2005-07-14
July 4, 2005 — Newspaper future uncertain: Few sign up at Salinas High, Marc Cabrera, Monterey County (Calif.) Herald 2005-07-04
June 28, 2005 — English teacher stepping down after eight years of leading REV’s award-winning newspaper, Jennifer M. Dobbs, Redlands (Calif.) Daily Facts 2005-06-28
June 22, 2005 — ACLU to district: Change policy, Brian Prince, Asbury Park Press, Neptune, N.J. 2005-06-22
June 8, 2005 — School holds newspaper distribution to investigate story on test cheating, Hans Laetz, The Malibu (Calif.) Times 2005-06-08
June 6, 2005 — Column sparks protest: Corvallis high Latino students object to editorial in High-O-Scope, Becky Waldrop, Corvallis (Ore.) Gazette Times 2005-06-06
June 5, 2005 — School newspaper yanked for opinion piece, Matt McKinney, Star Tribune, Minneapolis 2005-06-05
June 3, 2005 — Deep Throat revelation uncovers a debate on ethics for students: High school students tap into Watergate for lesson, Sara Neufeld, The Sun, Baltimore 2005-06-03
May 29, 2005 — Stop the presses: School papers merge , Kennan Knudson, The Boston Globe 2005-05-29
May 25, 2005 — Judge won’t stop principal from banning stories on homosexuality, Juliana Barbassa, The Associated Press 2005-05-25
May 24, 2005 — Journalism teacher is put on leave, Amie Streater, Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram 2005-05-24
May 24, 2005 — Opinions differ on principal’s shutdown of student newspaper, Jon Gillooly, Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal 2005-05-24
May 19, 2005 — Principal halts reports on gay teens, Amy Hilvers, The Bakersfield Californian 2005-05-19
May 19, 2005 — Student newspaper censorship takes legal turn, Steven Mayer, The Bakersfield Californian 2005-05-19
May 19, 2005 — Cobb school loses its ‘voice’: Principal kills last edition of student newspaper, cuts ’05-’06 journalism class, David A. Markiewicz, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2005-05-19
May 13, 2005 — IHS newspaper disputes content rules, Anne Ju, The Ithaca (N.Y.) Journal 2005-05-13
April 29, 2005 — Teacher offers real-world lessons: Ileane Flores of Fort Myers High School instructs students in business, journalism, Jennifer Booth Reed, The News-Press, Fort Myers, Fla. 2005-04-29
April 22, 2005 — Student cartoon draws ire, vow of unity: A political drawing that ran in the school newspaper upsets many as it offers an opportunity to learn, Suzanne Pardington, The Oregonian, Portland 2005-04-22
April 21, 2005 — Murky water at La Cueva: APS promises sampling after student report on lead worry, Susie Gran, The Albuquerque (N.M.) Tribune 2005-04-21
April 14, 2005 — Revered Arthur Hill adviser gets top honor from her peers, Corey Mitchell, The Saginaw (Mich.) News 2005-04-14
April 14, 2005 — High-school newspaper follows different path, Lynn Thompson, The Seattle Times 2005-04-14
April 2, 2005 — Gay tiatribe is no joke: B’klyn HS newspaper stirs furor, Keith Zackowitz and Joe Williams, Daily News, New York 2005-04-02
March 30, 2005 — Column creates uproar: Views expressed in high school paper divide campus, Cindy Chang, Whittier (Calif.) Daily News 2005-03-30
March 29, 2005 — Student paper warns district: Central Times tells Dist. 203 it can’t review stories before publication, Kari Allen, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2005-03-29
March 24, 2005 — School newspaper reignites tensions, Scott Condon, The Aspen (Colo.) Times 2005-03-24
March 14, 2005 — Hesston High School paper gets new life, Chad Frey, The Kansan, Newton, Kan. 2005-03-14
March 11, 2005 — Student journalists, faculty advisers work hard to print the news, Nathan Zencey, Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News 2005-03-11
March 9, 2005 — A Post-Hazelwood Lawsuit Over High School Censorship: A former high schooler says his rights were violated when a school censored his un-PC editorial on illegal immigration, Mark Fitzgerald, Editor & Publisher, New York 2005-03-09
March 8, 2005 — ACLU Backs Student Editor: Group says her article on sexual orientation at a Fullerton high school was protected by law, Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times 2005-03-08
February 27, 2005 — High school paper returns to the racks, Conning Chu, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, West Covina, Calif. 2005-02-27
February 25, 2005 — Aspiring journalists sad to see newspaper cut, Heather Ziegenbein, Black Hills Pioneer, Spearfish, S.D. 2005-02-25
February 22, 2005 — Double scoops – At Newton South, two papers vie to make headlines, Matt Visser, The Boston Globe 2005-02-22
February 22, 2005 — Sex article in Wellington High paper censored, Nirvi Shah, The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, Fla. 2005-02-22
February 20, 2005 — Area teens worry about peers who give failing grades to free speech, Jennifer Kavanaugh, Milford (Mass.) Daily News 2005-02-20
February 9, 2005 — In wake of survey, teachers look to educate students about the 1st Amendment, Aracely Hernandez, The Daily Chronicle, DeKalb, Ill. 2005-02-09
February 9, 2005 — Students put victims ahead of class trip, Elizabeth Román, The Republican, Springfield, Mass. 2005-02-09
February 5, 2005 — Free speech concepts are taught locally, Jessica Burchard, The Marietta (Ohio) Times 2005-02-05
February 5, 2005 — Mother tells Northside she’s sorry , Mc Nelly Torres, San Antonio Express-News 2005-02-05
February 5, 2005 — School Editor Fired Over Gay Profiles: The principal at Troy High in Fullerton says she failed to follow journalistic standards, Tonya Alanez, Los Angeles Times 2005-02-05
February 3, 2005 — Student journalists have nose for news at the Eye, Hinda Mandell, North Adams Transcript, North Adams, Mass. 2005-02-03
February 2, 2005 — Stop the Presses, Mary Bulkot, Ithaca (N.Y.) Times 2005-02-02
January 31, 2005 — Campus Press Posing Extra Issues: Papers’ 1st Amendment rights have long given headaches to school administrators, Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times 2005-01-31
January 31, 2005 — First Amendment no big deal, students say: , Ben Feller, The Associated Press 2005-01-31
January 31, 2005 — High School Editor Heads Off Campus For First Amendment Rights, Elizabeth J. Carr, The Poynter Institute for Media Studies, St. Petersburg, Fla. 2005-01-31
January 26, 2005 — High School Journalist Faces Firing: Co-editor of a Fullerton campus paper profiled three gay students who decided to come out. Officials say she needed their parents’ OK., Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times 2005-01-26
January 15, 2005 — Censorship questioned at Berkmar: Principal pulled pair of editorials, D. Aileen Dood, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2005-01-15
January 3, 2005 — Oakville High School newspaper staff seeks policy revision, Anne Chambers, Oakville-Mehlville Journal News, St. Louis 2005-01-03
December 29, 2004 — Tattling at IHS, Mary Bulkot, Ithaca (N.Y.) Times 2004-12-29
December 17, 2004 — A silver anniversary, Carol Feingold, Amesbury News, Amesbury, Mass. 2004-12-17
December 15, 2004 — Newspaper staff likes its work. Students winning awards for design, photography, George Dicken, Chronicle-Tribune, Marion, Ind. 2004-12-15
December 14, 2004 — Paw Print makes tracks at Stone High School, Tiffany Hester, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. 2004-12-14
December 10, 2004 — New rules could spell end for school papers, yearbooks: Aim was to shield students from vendors, PBC school board from suits, Kimberly Miller, The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, Fla. 2004-12-10
December 8, 2004 — Stalled high school newspaper goes to print: Education administrators, students and adviser met to discuss revisions of news package, Olivia Clarke, The Times of Northwest Indiana, Munster, Ind. 2004-12-08
December 3, 2004 — L.C. student newspaper story on sex causes flap, Pamela Lewis Dolan, The Post-Tribune of Northwest Indiana, Merrillville, Ind. 2004-12-03
December 2, 2004 — Lakewood High paper withheld, released, Patrick O’Donnell, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland 2004-12-02
November 29, 2004 — Students find love of news, Erin Elaine Mosely, Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser 2004-11-29
November 22, 2004 — Franklin teacher removed from newspaper, Jon Murray, The Indianapolis Star 2004-11-22
November 19, 2004 — Faculty adviser’s penalty lifted: Teacher overseeing Franklin Central paper was suspended for story on pupil’s arrest, Jon Murray, The Indianapolis Star 2004-11-19
November 19, 2004 — Student paper raises ire of parents, Rob Daniel, Iowa City (Iowa) Press-Citizen 2004-11-19
November 18, 2004 — Newspaper flap gets suspension for city native, Libby Keeling, The Evansville (Ind.) Courier & Press 2004-11-18
November 18, 2004 — Teacher suspended over crime story, Jon Murray, The Indianapolis Star 2004-11-18
November 11, 2004 — Smoke Signals undergoing last-minute editing, Jennifer Ginn, The Winchester (Ky.) Sun 2004-11-11
November 10, 2004 — H.S. freelancer suspended from school after contentious interview: Credentialed student reporter was interviewing middle school principal for local paper, Student Press Law Center, Arlington, Va. 2004-11-10
November 8, 2004 — City high schools fight to save newspapers , Alex Katz, The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune 2004-11-08
November 6, 2004 — Franklin high school’s newspaper returns, Jason Michael White, The Daily Journal, Franklin, Ind. 2004-11-06
November 5, 2004 — Journalism work, legacy gets award: Ex-school paper adviser honored by state group, Holly VanSlambrook, The Indianapolis Star 2004-11-05
November 4, 2004 — Printing snag sends quivers through staff at the Arrow: Students on Sherwood High’s newspaper finish their first issue on time, but a technology glitch causes an agonizing wait, Luciana Lopez, The Oregonian, Portland 2004-11-04
October 28, 2004 — Glenbard North axes student editorial, Catherine Edman , Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2004-10-28
October 21, 2004 — Teen lands Bush interview, Michelle M. Martinez, Austin (Texas) American Statesman 2004-10-21
October 13, 2004 — Student journalist wins case vs. school: Utica violated First Amendment rights by censoring article, judge rules, Frank DeFrank, The Macomb (Mich.) Daily 2004-10-13
October 7, 2004 — Not wanting to just tuck it: Stone Middle students take on school dress code, Challen Stephens, The Huntsville (Ala.) Times 2004-10-07
August 30, 2004 — Clean slate: Central newspaper staff learns from past; changes, Michael Strand, The Salina (Kan.) Journal 2004-08-30
August 6, 2004 — Ephrata school board to hear newspaper adviser’s grievance in private, Erik Olson, Columbia Basin Herald, Moses Lake, Wash. 2004-08-06
July 14, 2004 — School board revamping newspaper policy, Darrell Todd Maurina, Clovis (N.M.) News Journal 2004-07-14
July 11, 2004 — A whole new ballgame: Students in the 1st Orlando Sentinel High School Sports Reporting Institute will get a close-up look at sports journalism., Shannon Shelton, Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel 2004-07-11
June 27, 2004 — On Top of the News at Roslyn High , Rebekah Rombom, The New York Times 2004-06-27
June 16, 2004 — Board allows discussion on freedom of expression policy: But what happened with the Ephrata High School newspaper remains unclear, Erik Olson, Columbia Basin Herald, Moses Lake, Wash. 2004-06-16
June 12, 2004 — CV newspaper offers students’ views: Publication not official club because editors fear censorship, Nancy Dooling, Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, N.Y. 2004-06-12
June 2, 2004 — Mt. Lebanon students tackle the issues: Young journalists get some lessons in crossing the line, Laura Pace, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2004-06-02
May 26, 2004 — Ephrata school newspaper under fire: Administration to review stories prior to publication; adviser resigns, Erik Olson, Columbia Basin Herald, Moses Lake, Wash. 2004-05-26
May 23, 2004 — Students, advisers divided over impact of rule change, Rob Amen, Valley News Dispatch, Tarentum, Pa. 2004-05-23
May 22, 2004 — School newspaper student in a class of her own, Joy Leiker, The Hays Daily News, Hays, Kan. 2004-05-22
May 16, 2004 — Students, advisers talk about their high school papers, Tiffany Pakkala, The Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa. 2004-05-16
May 16, 2004 — Debating two words, Tiffany Pakkala, The Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa. 2004-05-16
May 7, 2004 — Teachers live on in the lives of their students, Stan Tiner, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. 2004-05-07
April 14, 2004 — Fruita Monument High schooler suspended for using raunchy font, Erin McIntyre, The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, Colo. 2004-04-14
April 13, 2004 — Salinas High paper draws criticism, Kelly Nix, The Californian, Salinas 2004-04-13
April 12, 2004 — Community’s love replaces lost cameras: A flood of gifts helps Waialua High School after a recent break-in, Susan Essoyan, Honolulu Star-Bulletin 2004-04-12
April 12, 2004 — Three CHS students punished for protest, Jack King, Clovis (N.M.) News Journal 2004-04-12
April 8, 2004 — C-P school district faces suit, Jo Ellen Werking Weedman, The Daily Journal, Franklin, Ind. 2004-04-08
April 3, 2004 — Lely journalism teacher didn’t mean to create First Amendment flap over student’s column, Marci Elliott, Naples (Fla.) Daily News 2004-04-03
March 26, 2004 — North Allegheny student editorial assailed: Meeting held to discuss concerns about racism in school district, Joe Fahy and Michelle Massie, The Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh 2004-03-26
March 22, 2004 — A newspaper is born at Pasco High School: A class has done its research on how newspapers work and launched its own publication, the Helm., Chase Squires, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2004-03-22
March 9, 2004 — Freeport High School editor leads by example, Leslie Talmadge, The Times Record, Brunswick, Maine 2004-03-09
February 28, 2004 — School curbs paper over racial stories, Sheila Hotchkin, San Antonio Express-News 2004-02-28
February 26, 2004 — First Colonial officials recall February issue of school’s newspaper, Mike Gruss, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk 2004-02-26
February 26, 2004 — GHHS in the news with online publication, Esther Avila, The Porterville (Calif.) Recorder 2004-02-26
February 21, 2004 — Student newspaper is in a class of its own: High school students learn real-life lessons and turn a profit writing and editing community paper, Rick Romell, Milwaukee (Wis.) Journal Sentinel 2004-02-21
February 17, 2004 — Principal stops poll on Miss America visit, Rachel R. Makwana, Record-Journal, Meriden, Conn. 2004-02-17
February 17, 2004 — Paper’s sex issue upsets parents: Articles in Central’s student newspaper too much, some say, Michael Strand, The Salina (Kan.) Journal 2004-02-17
February 14, 2004 — Hastings High confronts racism, Alison Bert, The Journal News, White Plains, N.Y. 2004-02-14
January 26, 2004 — Bell student paper stays in business, Diane Smith, Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram 2004-01-26
December 13, 2003 — High school newspaper can’t print with red ink, Diane Smith, Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram 2003-12-13
December 10, 2003 — School Newspaper Controversy: Amityville officials critical of student editorials, reviews, John Hildebrand, Newsday, Melville, N.Y. 2003-12-10
December 5, 2003 — Students, school superintendant settle Blade dispute, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-12-05
November 6, 2003 — Student article on nudity, Net raises concern: SLO High story highlights issues of rights, attitude, Jeff Ballinger, San Luis Obisbo (Calif.) Tribune 2003-11-06
May 29, 2003 — Franklin high school drops student newspaper, Holly Yoakum, Daily Journal, Franklin, Ind. 2003-05-29
March 17, 2003 — Student press keeps stirring controversies at high schools, Carolyn Bower, St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2003-03-17
March 7, 2003 — Students take on town’s newspaper with success, Melanie Brandert , Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D. 2003-03-07
February 27, 2003 — Shelving of school paper raises free-speech issue, Chandra M. Hayslett, Chandra M. Hayslett, Neptune, N.J. 2003-02-27
February 15, 2003 — Judge denies Blade suit injunction, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-02-15
February 6, 2003 — High school journalists in Morris flex their minds: Student newspapers abound in Morris and often explore the tough issues facing youth, Jennifer Icklan, The Star Ledger, Newark, N.J. 2003-02-06
February 5, 2003 — Blade reporters defend article, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-02-05
January 23, 2003 — Next phase in Blade reporters’ quest begins Feb. 4 in Akron, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-23
January 14, 2003 — Blade goes to press — again, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-14
January 11, 2003 — Agreement reached on Blade, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-11
January 10, 2003 — Judge won’t release newspaper as printed, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-10
January 9, 2003 — Blade issue going to court, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-09
January 8, 2003 — Dec. 20 Blade still under wraps, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-08
January 7, 2003 — Blade staff considers lawsuit, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2003-01-07
December 24, 2002 — Blade staff fights impound, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2002-12-24
December 21, 2002 — School shelves Blade: Administration fears libel issues, Linda Hall, The Daily Record, Wooster, Ohio 2002-12-21
December 17, 2002 — Gig Harbor High students, officials at odds over story on alleged rape: Student paper: Editors will stamp ‘censored’ over headline, Kris Sherman, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2002-12-17
December 11, 2002 — Students take on town’s newspaper with success, Beth Williams, Wisconsin State Journal, Madison 2002-12-11
November 23, 2002 — School paper steps through minefield of gay friends, foes: Timberline student journalists learn lessons in press freedom, Alma D. Sharpe, The Olympian, Olympia , Wash. 2002-11-23
November 17, 2002 — Student paper turns out success stories, Keith Uhlig, Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald 2002-11-17
November 16, 2002 — High School Reporter Gets Scoop With Skakel Story, Lynne Tuohy, The Courant, Hartford, Conn. 2002-11-16
October 13, 2002 — A Student Paper Savors Its Past, and Its Stars, Seth Kugel, The New York Times 2002-10-13
October 10, 2002 — Highland High newspaper is revived: 20 students are eager to start reporting; may hit streets this semester, Robert Kelly, St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2002-10-10
September 24, 2002 — School newspaper takes heat in DeKalb, Jen Sansbury, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2002-09-24
September 23, 2002 — Novato High’s paper shuts down, Jennifer Upshaw, The Marin Independent Journal, Novato, Calif. 2002-09-23
September 19, 2002 — What about Bob?, Steve Rhodes, Chicago magazine 2002-09-19
July 9, 2002 — Student journalists get chance to bounce questions off Cuban, Tawnell D. Hobbs, The Dallas Morning News 2002-07-09
June 22, 2002 — Removed School Paper Advisor Says Opinion Pieces Did Her In: Education: Garden Grove instructor says she lost her journalism post because of student writings. She’ll teach English now. Principal can’t be reached., Jeff Gottlieb, Los Angeles Times 2002-06-22
June 11, 2002 — AHS faculty seize copies of student newspaper, Jennifer Collins, The Daily Astorian, Astoria, Ore. 2002-06-11
June 6, 2002 — ‘The spirit of rebellion’: Fired: A city teacher who says she will be let go because an edition of the school paper she oversaw offended a school official plans to fight back., Erika Niedowski, The Sun, Baltimore 2002-06-06
June 5, 2002 — School newspaper adviser terminated; Southern High principal objected to critical stories in student publication, Erika Niedowski, The Sun, Baltimore 2002-06-05
May 24, 2002 — Free press not wasted on young, Toni W. Terrett, The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Miss. 2002-05-24
May 10, 2002 — Della backs students in newspaper case; Southern High `Bulldog’ can be published from his office, state senator says, Erika Niedowski, The Sun, Baltimore 2002-05-10
May 4, 2002 — Southern High newspaper folds over censorship; Students, principal fought about criticism of schools, Erika Niedowski, The Sun, Baltimore 2002-05-04
May 2, 2002 — News flash / Students at Klein, Spring and Cy-Fair schools are getting a taste of nearly every aspect of putting out a regular publication, Flori Meeks, Houston Chronicle 2002-05-02
April 10, 2002 — Reprimanded teacher gets contract renewed: Her students stirred free-speech debate, Rodney Bowers, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock 2002-04-10
March 29, 2002 — School paper sparks controversy: Group offended by articles on gays, Shawn Miller, Daily Republic, Fairfield, Calif. 2002-03-29
March 27, 2002 — Huntley students told to tone down paper: Articles’ content bothers principal, Cheryl Meyer, Chicago Tribune 2002-03-27
March 24, 2002 — Principals can wield stamps of censorship: Some administrators stop any unflattering story. Others allow student journalists to discuss controversial topics., Melanie Ave, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2002-03-24
March 20, 2002 — Articles about homosexuality provoke debate: Parents upset at topics in Fairfield student newspaper , Shawn Miller, Daily Republic, Fairfield, Calif. 2002-03-20
March 16, 2002 — Officials cut firing sentence in rebuke, Rodney Bowers, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock 2002-03-16
March 12, 2002 — Condom column delays paper: Plant High School’s paper was temporarily barred from distribution for promoting condom availability., Melanie Ave, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2002-03-12
March 9, 2002 — Student editor gets a lighter suspension, R. Joseph Gelarden, The Indianapolis Star 2002-03-09
March 9, 2002 — Jury Awards $4.35 Million to Teacher in Harassment Case; Schools: She says L.A. Unified did little to stop student newspaper that mocked her. District denies the accusation and vows to appeal., Louis Sahagun, Los Angeles Times 2002-03-09
March 7, 2002 — Pool prank puts 26 seniors in predicament, R. Joseph Gelarden, The Indianapolis Star 2002-03-07
February 27, 2002 — Lesson offered on free speech: Bryant student pape, Rodney Bowers, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock 2002-02-27
February 13, 2002 — A controversial series will go on at Manatee High:, Michael Barber, The Bradenton (Fla.) Herald 2002-02-13
February 2, 2002 — Drug article spurs high school debate, Michael Barber, The Bradenton (Fla.) Herald 2002-02-02
January 17, 2002 — Emmaus students concerned about free speech: They voice objections to state board on a move to alter school press rules, John L. Micek, The Morning Call, Allentown, Pa. 2002-01-17
December 4, 2001 — Heat is on Central High paper, Paul Goodsell, Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald 2001-12-04
December 3, 2001 — Bryant school official bans out-of-state trips, Parker Conrad, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock 2001-12-03
December 1, 2001 — Officials denounce proposal to muzzle student newspapers, Jane Elizabeth, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2001-12-01
December 1, 2001 — School newspaper an outlet for Ridge students, Lindsey Hilty, Hamilton (Ohio) Journal-News 2001-12-01
November 8, 2001 — Was FWay school newspaper censored? Gray area: School officials delay delivery, uncertain whether campaign laws violated by teacher’s letter, Sean Robinson, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2001-11-08
October 18, 2001 — School paper, magazine dormant after resignations: Port Washington advisers point to principal’s actions, Jeff Cole, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2001-10-18
September 23, 2001 — School kids produce newspaper to help them boost writing scores, Keith Ervin, The Seattle Times 2001-09-23
July 6, 2001 — Local students weigh impressions of Cuba: Weeklong visit a rare experience, David E. Graham, San Diego Union-Tribune 2001-07-06
June 7, 2001 — Student writers try to duck the censors by going online, Jeffrey Selingo, The New York Times 2001-06-07
May 25, 2001 — Students welcome Spanish-only newspaper, Holly Yettick, Rocky Mountain News, Denver 2001-05-25
April 5, 2001 — Student Newspaper Exposes Fairfax School’s Misbehavior, Liz Seymour, The Washington Post 2001-04-05
March 23, 2001 — Walnut Hills students walk out over newspaper, Marie McCain, The Cincinnati Enquirer 2001-03-23
March 6, 2001 — Cabrillo High newspaper sued for libel, Angela Poynter, The Lompoc (Calif.) Record 2001-03-06
January 26, 2001 — High School Paper Irritates Some, Phil Rooney, The Associated Press 2001-01-26
January 16, 2001 — Spreading the news : Itasca High School publication doubles as Hill County town’s paper of record., Selwyn Crawford, The Dallas Morning News 2001-01-16
January 7, 2001 — Muckraking is permitted, student editors learn, but just a bit, Eun Lee Koh, The New York Times 2001-01-07
December 31, 2000 — If it’s a good story, the Lion pounces: The Lyons Township high school paper isn’t afraid to tackle controversial issues that affect teens, Stephanie Banchero, Chicago Tribune 2000-12-31
December 27, 2000 — School newspapers sharpen other student skills: Critical thinking, test scores higher among student journalists, Kevin Harter, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2000-12-27
December 27, 2000 — Some area student newspapers flourish, but resources elsewhere can be meager, Kevin Harter, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press 2000-12-27
December 23, 2000 — School’s Paw Print leaves its mark: Students at San Jacinto High work to re-establish the campus’ dormant newspaper. The first issue impresses many. , David Garrett, The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif. 2000-12-23
November 28, 2000 — They make front page: Gompers HS launching paper in print, on Web, Greg Gittrich, Daily News, New York 2000-11-28
October 27, 2000 — High school journalist, wanting to cover Gore, is making it happen, Claire Bushey, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk 2000-10-27
October 7, 2000 — Grier dumps ad-sales requirement: Guilford County students will not have to sell advertising for grades, John Newsom, News & Record, Greensboro, N.C. 2000-10-07
October 6, 2000 — Sales policy might lower teen’s grade: A Southwest, Molly McGinn, News & Record, Greensboro, N.C. 2000-10-06
September 21, 2000 — After 9 years, Banks High reinstates student newsp, Angie Chuang, The Oregonian, Portland 2000-09-21
September 20, 2000 — Wiring up for news: High schools push to get stude, Kelly Pearce, The Arizona Republic, Phoenix 2000-09-20