News & Commentary

Notre Dame Law School Wins Moot Court Competition

Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition

The team took top honors at this year’s Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition.
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Meet The Contributor’s First Vendor

The final installment of the multimedia projects completed during CQS orientation in May 2016 showcases the work of Ruthy Muñoz and Hayley Sanchez, who peered beyond the pages of The Contributor newspaper in Nashville, Tenn.
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Martin Baron to Receive 2017 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in The Media

Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron

The award will be presented by the Freedom Forum, the Newseum Institute and the University of South Dakota on June 19.
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Does a border agent’s search of your cell phone cross the line?

The Electronic Frontier Foundation provides insight into the First Amendment implications of U.S. border agents seizing and searching electronic devices.
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Newseum Hosts James Madison Award Ceremony

James Madison Award Ceremony

The award, which was presented to Sen. Jon Tester of Montana, honors those who protect and promote government transparency and open access to information.
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Street Newspaper Celebrates 200th Issue After Overcoming Financial Crisis

The final installment of the multimedia projects completed during CQS orientation in May 2016 showcases the work of Ruthy Muñoz and Hayley Sanchez, who peered beyond the pages of The Contributor newspaper in Nashville, Tenn.
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Nashville looks to Oasis to address rising youth violence

2016 Summer Chipsters Charlie Kaijo and Samantha Matsumoto reported on efforts to combat youth violence in Nashville, Tenn., for their assignment during CQS orientation and multimedia training.
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Nashville program keeps at-risk youth from re-offending

2016 Summer Chipsters Charlie Kaijo and Samantha Matsumoto reported on efforts to combat youth violence in Nashville, Tenn., for their assignment during CQS orientation and multimedia training.
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Protest

Mosque protesters and counter-protesters were prevented from exercising their right to assemble by the intervention of a third group. The two opposing groups of protesters left to get lunch together.
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