Friday, January 26, 2007

Publication of school newspaper suspended over plagiarism issues

The Grambling State Provost has suspended publication of The Gramblinite because of poor quality, including factual errors and plagiarism. For its action, the school may be relying on the 2005 Hosty v. Carter decision, in which the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that limited freedom of expression rights applicable to high schools could be extended to colleges and universities.

[refer to article by Nick Todaro in the Shreveport Times.]

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