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Panel Discussion on the U.S. Constitution and Student Privacy

Thanks to Congress and especially Senator Robert Byrd, (D-WV) Pacific, like all schools that receive federal money, is required to hold a Constitution and Citizen Day observance every year on or about September 17. The Federal Register, of course, has detailed regulations about the when and how of this unfunded mandate.

Pacific’s observance will be a panel discussion on the Constitution and Student Privacy, organized by our very own Prof. Cindy Ostberg. All students are invited to attend an open discussion about student privacy rights and the United States Constitution on Wednesday, September 21 from 7:30 to 9 pm in the Pacific Theater. Panel members will include:Kerry Krueger-Devine, Director of Judicial Affairs, Cecilia Rodriguez, Registrar, John Sims, Professor of Law, and Brandon Savage, a Pacific student.

It’s a bit of a challenge finding much on the Web about student privacy. ACLU of Ohio has provided some resources.

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