When Does an Administration Infringe on Students' Rights?

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The recent overturning of ASG’s ruling on Turning Point USA’s status as an RSO and the University’s censoring of The Santa Clara newspaper have called into question the morality of certain decisions made by the university, particularly when it comes to respecting the rights of students and showing commitment to the common good. In this episode host Miranda Bartosz, Editor in Chief of The Santa Clara newspaper Sophie Mattson, and former ASG Senate Chair and SCCAP Associate Director Avery Unterreiner examine the implications of these ethically loaded events, and their impact on the lives of students on this campus. How can we have faith in the organizations designed to represent students– organizations like ASG and the student newspaper– knowing, as we now do, that the administration can overturn any decision or censor any voice they dislike? How do we respond when we feel ethical boundaries have been crossed, particularly when those who have done the crossing are those who have the most power?

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