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Staff editors raise awareness of First Amendment rights

Staff editors raise awareness of First Amendment rights

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

February 22, 2016

Two editors of The Broadview delivered a presentation about press freedom and First Amendment rights to the student body as an introduction to Scholastic Journalism Week. “The point of this presentation is to raise awareness and recognize our First Amendment rights and how we should use them wisely...

Demonstrating responsibility with protests

Demonstrating responsibility with protests

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

February 4, 2016

With the world’s eyes focused on the Super Bowl and Super Bowl City, a fan-based zone downtown with football-based activities, is attracting citizens throughout the Bay Area to utilize their First Amendment rights through a stream of organized protests that are more than just marching around with ...

First Amendment icon shares her story

First Amendment icon shares her story

April 8, 2014

Madison Riehle Editor-in-Chief Holding a pink detention slip from 1965 and sporting a black armband, the once shy 13-year-old Des Moines, Iowa student turned First Amendment rights activist spoke to to the student body in Syufy Theatre on what it means to stand up for personal beliefs. Mary Bet...

Students have First Amendment rights whether they attend private or public schools – and with these rights come responsibilities

Students have First Amendment rights whether they attend private or public schools – and with these rights come responsibilities

April 8, 2014

Madeleine Ainsle Design Editor Thursday’s all-school assembly with Supreme Court plaintiff Mary Beth Tinker reminded students of their rights and responsibilities that come along with practicing free expression and the implications her case has for both public and private school students. Altho...

Formspring changes from virtual socializing to vicious gossip

Formspring changes from virtual socializing to vicious gossip

December 14, 2010

Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor “Ask me anything.” The seemingly innocuous phrase graces every Formspring profile, inviting visitors to anonymously ask questions for others to publicly answer. Such a simple direction creates a complex problem as questions become statements and curiosity turns ma...

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