Tag Archives: Censorship

This Election Shows Why Millennials Need to Be Informed and Serious


hannah-bensen-editorial-picBy Hannah Bensen, Editor in Chief

Last week, a high school library aide was prevented by school administration from setting up an information table regarding the 2016 elections.

The display would have equally included books, bumper stickers, and buttons for the Democratic and Republican nominees in the elections for president and US senate. The intention was to educate students, not endorse a candidate. Continue reading


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State Law Should Guarantee Freedoms for Student Journalists



By Lauren Sorensen, Editor in Chief

During first period on Jan. 29, a school aide came to the door of my humanities class and told me that I was needed in the office.

At first I did not think anything of it as I was waiting for a letter of recommendation to be dropped off for a scholarship application. Much to my surprise, though, I found myself in the principal’s office. I was told that I was not allowed to write about a particular topic for the school newspaper. Sadly, this was not the first time I was censored this year.

That is why I feel compelled to endorse new legislation proposed by a group called New Voices. Continue reading


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