Student journalists accuse Keene State College Of blocking access to staff

They published an editorial in the last edition of the student paper, right before graduation. And basically, they did not mince words. They accused the college of what they called a pattern of suppression and obstruction. Basically what they were saying was that in recent months and years, the college communications office has made it more difficult for them to get interviews with staff and faculty and administration officials for student journalists.


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