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1. When Student Journalists Need Defending, These Lawyers Swoop In. For Free. (Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post)
2. Schools Are Watching Students’ Social Media, Raising Questions About Free Speech (Lisa Stark / PBS Newshour)
3. UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism Withdraws From Accreditation Program (Elena Aguirre / Daily Californian)
4. Highlights From a U.S. Senate Hearing on Campus Free Speech (Sarah Brown / Chronicle of Higher Ed)
5. Claremont McKenna College Students Face Disciplinary Action For Protesting Speech (Liset Márquez / Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)
6. How a Journalism Class is Teaching Middle Schoolers to Fight Fake News (Ed Madison / The Conversation)