Visit our nation’s capital as part of an exciting 189H seminar opportunity! Spend the semester learning about
the history and application of freedom of expression in the United States, exploring issues like: high school and
campus freedom of expression; political expression and national security; surveillance and free expression;
hate speech; campaign finance; and the impact of the internet on free expression. During spring break, travel
with your classmates to Washington, D.C. to experience first-hand some of the places that have shaped the
history of freedom of expression, including the Supreme Court, U.S. Capitol, National Archives, and more!
Dr. John Bender, Kearns Distinguished Professor of Journalism
Jacob Schlange, Coordinator of Recruitment, Communications, and Student Services
Thursday, March 19 to Monday, March 23
Anticipated total cost per student: $350 - subject to change depending on number of students enrolled.
Initial Deposit of $100 due: November 22, 2019