S1E9 -Photojournalism during school crisis

Student journalists at Palo Alto High School illustrate the tension between press freedom, public safety and ethics during a crisis at their school

3 years ago

Episode Notes

In this episode, Menlo School adviser Tripp Robbins asks student journalists what they would do during a rumor-filled crisis at school and then interviews students at Palo Alto High School in California who actually dealt with one. The students and their adviser, Paul Kandell, talk about the challenges of shooting photos of breaking news and lessons they learned.

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