Students Shine Light On Free Speach
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A group of about 20 students and faculty members turned out Thursday morning along North Broad Street in front of Brevard College to protest the school's recent decision to ban "The Pupil's Voice," a student magazine.
While students say their first amendment rights to free speech have been violated, Brevard College officials said the decision to ban the publication was based purely on the school's policy, not about the content of the magazine.
The publication, a 12-page booklet containing poetry, artwork and stories from 11 students, might raise a few eyebrows, and that's according to a cou...