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Snapchat, Students and First Amendment Rights

Written by Gianna Costanzo, Haley Oliver, and Maddie Shea May 26, 2021

What happens when students create a negative social media post about their high school? Brandi Levy, a 14-year-old student of the Mahanoy school district in Pennsylvania, was suspended from cheerleading...

Transgender Student Pushes for Equality Despite Pushback

Transgender Student Pushes for Equality Despite Pushback

Written by Annie Gilbert , David Hamady, and Carissa Vegeres December 19, 2019

When transgender student Hannah Hurt spoke to the Loudoun County School Board urging protection against the discrimination of the LGBTQ community, she never imagined that she would later be featured in...

Woodgrove personal finance class participates in standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. Photo by Lorallye Partlow

What Are My Rights?

Written by Hope Davison, Sarah Murtaugh, and Chris Tuttle March 20, 2018

The First Amendment to the Constitution safeguards the right of all Americans to speak their minds freely, to worship without constraints, to assemble peacefully, to petition the government, and to establish...

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