• From a 2017 column by The Washington Post's Margaret Sullivan:
    “In recent months, millions of dollars in donations have rained down upon journalism organizations ... But one tiny outfit, working out of a windowless Washington office, has not benefited. That’s unfortunate since its constituency — vast numbers of high school and college journalists — is far bigger than the number of professional journalists.” 
  • From a 2017 Columbia Journalism Review story: “Groups like the SPLC—dedicated to First Amendment and media law, and doing impactful work, but not as well known as some of its bigger brethren—deserve attention.” 

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Marjorie Kirk's SPLC Story

Marjorie Kirk, the editor-in-chief of the Kentucky Kernel gives advice to fellow student journalists, and a shoutout to the SPLC, in her acceptance speech for the College Press Freedom Award.

Justin Turner's SPLC story

The yearbook adviser at Sheridan High School in Arkansas explains why he supports the Student Press Law Center.

Gabriel Dunatov and Flora Adamian's SPLC Story

The 2017 editor-in-chief and news editor of the Occidental Weekly explain why the Student Press Law Center is important to them.

Kayla Heffernan's SPLC Story

The 2017 editor in chief of Hartford University's The Informer explains why she supports the Student Press Law Center.