© Eli Justin Bortz

Survey of Electronic Publishing, Spring 2003.

Contact me at elibortz@ufl.edu

Challenges Facing College Newspapers

Cases and Studies:  Examining the Problem

Censorship Issues In College Newspapers

Online Concerns Among College Newspapers

Development of College Newspapers

Works Cited in this Study


The author scanning photos and working the computers for the Flagler College Gargoyle.  The staff was gracious enough to allow me to help out the weekend I visited.
Bressers, B., & Bergen, L. (2002). Few university students reading newspapers online. Newspaper Research Journal, 32(14), 1-11.

Brigham Young University NewsNet. (website) http://nn.byu.edu

Consoli, J. (1994). Why we cover campuses. Editor & Publisher, 126(36), 1-2.

Corrigan, D. (1998). College newspapers have unfair advantage. St. Louis Journalism Review, 29(212), 1-4.

Hazelwood School Distrct v. Kuhlmeier, 484 U.S. 260 (1988).

Independent Florida Alligator. (website) http://www.alligator.org

Law of the Student Press. (1985). New York: Student Press Law Center.

Lehmert, A. (2002). Advisers removed -- but is it censorship? The Quill, 22(4), 1-9.

List, K. (1991). Guaranteed Pages in College Newspapers: A Case Study. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 6(4), 222-233.

Society of Professional Journalists. (website) http://www.spj.org

Student Press Law Center. (website) http://www.splc.org

USF Oracle. (website) http://www.usforacle.com


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