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While covering First Amendment protests on.campuses, The College Fix and its staffers pursue a goal to strengthen and preserve a sense of balance and objectivity that once stood as a golden rule for journalism. (Associated Press/File)

College Fix editor puts student journalists on front line of fight for free speech

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The left may clamp down on conservative speech on campus, and liberal views may dominate most newsrooms, but Jennifer Kabbany is fighting to change that, one news article at a time. From her perch as editor of The College Fix, a blend of online newspaper and college newswire, Ms. Kabbany sees her student journalists as the front line in the fight for the future of free speech.

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