Student Newspapers

Student Newspapers

A student newspaper is a newspaper run by students of a university, high school, middle school, or other school. These papers traditionally cover local and, primarily, school or university news. Working for one's high school newspaper is sometimes an extracurricular activity, but often is integrated with offered journalism classes. Some schools have both a basic class in which students learn about newspapers, and a class that produces the school's newspaper.

Read more about Student Newspapers:  Student Press in Canada, Student Press in Korea, Student Press in The United Kingdom, Student Press in Ireland, Student Press in The Philippines, Student Press in Australia

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School Paper - Student Press in The United Kingdom
... See also List of student newspapers in the United Kingdom Student newspapers in the UK are often given a constitutionally guaranteed editorial ... The most successful (in terms of student media awards) include The Knowledge (University of Plymouth), Nouse (University of York), York Vision (University of York ... Examples of British student newspapers that are financially as well as editorially independent from their respective student unions are Cherwell, Varsity, The Tab, The Saint, The Epinal, The Linc (Univ ...
Student Newspapers - Student Press in Australia - Controversy Surrounding Australian Student Press
... Australian student newspapers have courted controversy since their inception ... The four editors of the July 1995 edition of La Trobe University student magazine Rabelais were subsequently charged with publishing, distributing and depositing an objectionable ...
The American School In London - Student Newspapers - The Scroll
... The Middle School newspaper is called The Scroll ... It was a nominee for the Pacemaker in 2008 and won the Pacemaker in 2009 and once again in 2011 ...
School Paper - Student Press in The US - Issues of Diversity in Student Newspapers
... A troublesome development in student newspapers of the United States is the lack of editorial diversity displayed ... Such skewed demographics in these publications could result in newspapers that only reflect the outlooks and values of a particular segment of the student ... The JBHE does not suggest any type of affirmative action program for student publications at this point in time ...

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