The first amendment and its original intent

Reina Tanizaki, Guest Writer

November 18, 2013

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Our forefathers created the Constitution, which preserves our freedom of speech. But how is that relevant in our contemporary world of Facebook and internet news? The United States Supreme Court takes its reasoning back to “original...

Our freedom of speech in our age of technology

Levi Okazaki, Guest Writer

November 18, 2013

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One area of increasing scrutiny by the courts is in regard to the freedom of speech and technology. Seabury Hall is not as strict as most schools when it comes to the use of computers on campus. There is, however, a zero tolerance...

Constitutional rights and minors

Dawud Moragne, Guest Writer

November 18, 2013

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The vast majority of schools follow the guidelines of in loco parentis which state that the school and the administrators of the school may act as “substitute parental guidance figures” when the students are under the dir...

Distinctions between the constitutional rights of students attending public and private schools

Jordan Haylor, Guest Writer

November 18, 2013

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Private school students must follow the student handbook that they and their parents sign, because this is a form of contract. Contract law is very different from constitutional law. When two or more parties agree to certain terms,...

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