- "Academic freedom and the public's right to know", by You-Jin Han, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press website, Fall 2011.
- "Why it's fair to use open-records laws to question academics' political activism", by Joseph G. Lehman and Thomas S. Shull, The Washington Post website, April 2011.
- "University of Wisconsin-Madison Strives to Balance Public Records with Academic Freedom", Scholar as Citizen website by William Cronin, April 2011.
- "Is College Censorship Destroying Our Society's "Sophistication Machine"?", by Greg Lukianoff, The Huffington Post, March 4, 2010.
- Hoisting the Black Flag, Letter to the Editor, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 57:01, January 2010, p. 7.
- "Report on a Case of Plagiarism", SIAM website, 2009.
- "How to Publish Counterexamples in 1 2 3 Easy Steps", by T.P. Hill, scribd.com, September 16, 2009.
- "How to Publish a Scientific Comment in 1 2 3 Easy Steps" by Rick Trebino, scribd.com, August 18, 2009.
- "Gates Tells West Point Graduates to Question Authority" by Yochi J. Dreasen and August Cole, The Wall Street Journal, May 23, 2009.
- "A case of out-and-out plagiarism" by Ron Fox, posted on his Science and Integrity page.
- "At Georgia Tech, one of the worst offenders among state agencies identified in the audit, questionable spending prompted National Science Foundation investigators to look at the institution's use of foundation money." From:
"Investigators close to charging Tech employee in card fraud" by Andrea Jones, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Published on: 12/05/07.
- You have a Right to Information, Academe, Vol. 92, No. 5, September/October 2006, p. 34. (This article contains online references.)
- Let the Sunshine In! (with H. D. Hudson). (Article on benefits of Sunshine Laws. Originally submitted to The Chronicle of Higher Education.) (This article contains online references.)
- Sunshine Laws From a Faculty Perspective (with H. D. Hudson). (Rebuttal to Hearn & McLendon article "Sunshine Laws in Higher Education", Academe, May-June 2005. Originally submitted to Academe.) (This article contains online references.)
- Sunshine and Searches – Pulling the Shades, or Pulling the Wool? by Theodore P. Hill and Hugh D. Hudson. (Rebuttal to Hearn & McLendon article "“Choose Public-College Presidents in the Sunshine, but Know When to Draw the Shades", The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 2004. Originally submitted to The Chronicle of Higher Education.)