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The committee is composed of faculty/staff members and students appointed by the University Committee on
Committees and approved by the administration. The director of student publications, who is appointed by the
administration, will be a member of the Student Publications Committee. The Committee, with the approval of the
administration, will name the faculty advisor for each student publication. Student editors and student business
managers will be responsible for the production of their publications.
In order to qualify for a scholarship position, applicants must meet the criteria given in the University’s General
Regulations Governing Scholarships and Grants, as stated in the University Catalog. The number of scholarships
and the amount of each scholarship will be based upon funds allocated in the annual budget.
By a majority vote, and upon recommendation of the faculty/staff advisors, the Student Publications Committee
will have authority to remove, discharge, and replace editors, staff members, or business managers for any one or
a combination of the following offenses:
Dereliction Of Duties.
Disregard For Recommendations Of The Faculty Advisor And/Or The Student Publications Committee.
Intentional Publication Of False, Libelous, Or Defamatory Material.
Publication Of Obscene Writing, Photographs, Or Other Material Which Is Judged By University Standards
To Be In Bad Taste.
Disregard For Sound Business Practices.
Failure To Maintain Required Grade Point Average.
is a nonprofit campus newspaper. In some cases, the
may serve as a laboratory for those students
enrolling in specified courses within the Department of Communication.
is also, to some extent, a forum for student views. Since some of the student staff members may be
training for careers in communication professions and related fields, policies and style of the
closely to those of reputable and professional papers.
as well as its contributors may be subject to libel laws, all editorials, opinion columns and letters to
the editor will be read closely by the editor before they are published. The faculty/staff advisor will be consulted
on any controversial material.
Although no specific editorial policy is ordered or recommended, students should keep in mind that the
circulate far beyond the HSU campus. Editorials that may be clearly understood on campus may be grossly
misinterpreted, to the detriment of the university, by persons on the outside.
is the full-color, student-
produced university yearbook. The content, both pictures and copy
a true reflection of university life, so far as possible, during a particular year. The
staff consists of a student
graphic designer. They work with staff advisors to edit and produce
. These students work year-
round to capture the vitality of student activities and life so that the
may preserve and maintain Hardin-Simmons history.
is an annual publication issued in the spring and designed to offer both undergraduate and graduate
students the opportunity to publish creative literary and art work. There are two student editors, a literary editor
and an art editor. There is a faculty/staff sponsor (the director of the Creative Writing Workshop) and a faculty art
advisor. The student editors are directly responsible to these sponsors.