#SJW2015: Is the press censored?

A look into journalism from Dreyfoos’ eyes.

(L-R) Parker Wall and Paul Pain enjoy a comfortable embrace for the camera. "I do think the media is censored. It is a lot better in the United States than in other countries, but there is a lot of work to be done for ultimate freedom of speech," Wall said.
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(L-R) Parker Wall and Paul Pain enjoy a comfortable embrace for the camera.
“I do think the media is censored. It is a lot better in the United States than in other countries, but there is a lot of work to be done for ultimate freedom of speech,” Wall said.
(L-R) visual freshman Tiffany Breen and dance freshman Madison McCue discuss media censorship. "It is not censored if it involves us because that is all [the press] cares about," McCue said. "People say to go view British news because it  is not biased toward the United States," Breen said.
Isaac Ochoa
(L-R) visual freshman Tiffany Breen and dance freshman Madison McCue discuss media censorship.
“It is not censored if it involves us because that is all [the press] cares about,” McCue said.
“People say to go view British news because it is not biased toward the United States,” Breen said.
"I do think the media is censored because there are a lot of issues we don't know about until the situation escalates to the point of no return. We are then confused because the press didn't inform us about it when it first started," dance senior Tyra Trotman said.
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“I do think the media is censored because there are a lot of issues we don’t know about until the situation escalates to the point of no return. We are then confused because the press didn’t inform us about it when it first started,” dance senior Tyra Trotman said.