The battle to control the nation's campus press

January 1999
Editor & Publisher;01/30/99, Vol. 132 Issue 5, p62
Trade Publication
Discusses the plight of student newspaper advisers in the United States according to the convention of the College Media Advisers held in Kansas City, Missouri. How they are affected by the conflict between the student press and school administrators; Inability of administrators to understand the role of advisers.


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