Tag Archives: Constitution Day

Freedom of the Press: Straw Poll on the First Amendment Part 2

- Trinity students, faculty and staff are definitely skeptical of all news and know that good research and independent thinking are key to keeping democracy vital. And there's a big generation gap when it comes to choosing newspapers, television or social media as the favored news source.
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Constitution Day 2017: First Amendment Poll Part One: Freedom of Speech

- Voices of Trinity: Freedom of Speech! For Constitution Day 2017 we took a First Amendment Straw Poll of the Trinity community. The results on the Freedom of Speech question are on today's blog, more to come on Press and Religion later this week!
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Voices of Trinity: Constitution Day Edition: Citizenship and 14th Amendment

- Today is Constitution Day! Join the debate on citizenship and the 14th Amendment. Comments welcome all day!
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Constitution Day: Who Are Citizens?

- Constitution Day Essay Question: Should we amend the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment? Discuss!
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CONSTITUTION DAY: Justice Denied in Ferguson, Missouri

- 227 years after the Founders affixed their signatures to the Constitution, our nation remains in a constant struggle to ensure the blessings of liberty, justice, due process and equal protection for all people.
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Voices of Trinity: Constitution Day 2d Amendment

- On Constitution Day, Trinity students, faculty and staff engage a robust debate on the Second Amendment, reflecting on the Navy Yard tragedy and the larger questions of balancing individual rights with the urgent need to end violence in our communities.
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