College journalism

Pepperdine student newspapers reported stolen after front-page DUI story

Student Press Law Center Update: Three students have admitted they stole these papers for a university prank, not because of controversial content on the front page. Hundreds of copies of Pepperdine University's student newspaper have been reported stolen "likely to censor a front-page story about a student who is being charged with drunken driving," Anna Schiffbauer writes for … Read More

Student newspapers move to mobile as interest in print wanes

The Daily O’Collegian at Oklahoma State University is embarking on a massive reinvention that will push back deadlines, require less work on papers and encourage students to spend more time on their mobile phones. On the surface, it sounds like every college student's dream. In reality, it is part of a rising movement within college media 2.0 – one … Read More