Facebook and Free Speech

While the social networking site Facebook is popular with today's college students, using it can come back to haunt them in unexpected and alarming ways. In this week's Phoenix, lawyers Greg Lukianoff and Will Creeley, of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, write about the collision between Facebook, free speech, and university-based speech codes.

Tim Lehnert discusses a distinctly different kind of media, the small-scale literary journal, and how two East Providence residents followed their creative vision by publishing their own one for about 20 years.

Also in this week's Phoenix, Matthew Jerzyk reports on last weekend's protest against the closing of the South Side Boys & Girls Club in Providence.

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