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The First Amendment in Murky Waters

Reca Caballero, Megan Tran, Jessica Rosales, and Ky'Tavia Stafford

September 7, 2015

Are student journalists really protected by the First Amendment? The answer is clouded with confusion.  Students in a Journalism II class at Hazelwood East High School faced a problem when the school principal decided that two of...

Ethics? Or Scandalous?

Isaac Holden, Reporter

March 12, 2015

Ethics, as we all know are a set of moral principles that govern the way that a group of people/persons interact in an environment whether it's towards work or how you treat others with respect. Speaking of work ethics. Former...


QiTing Zeng, Reporter

March 11, 2015

Ethics, sometimes known as moral philosophy, is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. Journalism is gathering, processing, and dissemination of news...

First Amendment being Violated

John Vang, Reporter

February 3, 2015

Before the First Amendment was created we had no rights, but instead ruler, a king, who made and enforced the laws. If you disobeyed you were killed, if you obeyed you were spared. You had no right other than being alive and working...

Not Every Journalist is Trustworthy

Alyssa Hernandez, Reporter

October 14, 2014

Many journalist try to find the best ways of making a story get noticed but lying on it doesn't help at all. Most of the time they end up getting caught and that's exactly what happened with Stephen Glass. Stephen Glass was...

Journalist Don’t Always Tell the Truth

Eryn McWhorter, Reporter

October 13, 2014

There are many ways to get your work out there noticed. Fabricating, and plagiarizing in any of your writing would not be a smart way to get noticed. Journalist must have credibility, ethics, and integrity. Stephen Glass made up a series of lies to co...

In Journalism it’s hard to stop a pathological liar !

Jessica Phin, Reporter

October 13, 2014

In journalism, you would expect to get the truth. Stephen Randall Glass, writer for the "New Republic" was known for being a pathological liar. He got the opportunity to write a story for the "Rolling Stone" one of the most...

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