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Sexual assault is one of the most complicated and intimidating topics to report on, but that shouldn't keep student reporters from covering it. On this month's podcast, we talk with students and legal experts about how to find and use records to cover sexual assault on college campuses.
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"Get creative — don’t let universities and agencies use cost-prohibitive measures to stop getting records."

-CONNER MITCHELL, FORMER EIC OF UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSAN

To learn more about covering sexual assault on college campuses, check out our full webinar here:
http://bit.ly/2zWtH0c

To learn more specifically about finding and using public records in your sexual assault reporting, check out this webinar:
http://bit.ly/2AWgiVb

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School may not be in session, but the Student Press Law Center never stops! Summer is a great time to provide advisers and students with in-depth trainings. On Monday, Executive Director Hadar Harris spoke to the Pennsylvania School Press Association about SPLC's resources and the grassroots New Voices movement. 
 
Just last week, Senior Legal Counsel Mike Hiestand taught high school journalists about their rights at The School of The New York Times.

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