Journalism Students Visit The Newseum

Washington Semester journalism students Nidal Salah-El Din, Melissa Butland and Carolin Wattenberg (from left), stand on the terrace of the Newseum in downtown Washington, overlooking the U.S. Capitol.

Washington Semester students inspect a section of the antenna that once sat atop the World Trade Center in New York. The mangled remains are part of a Newseum exhibit honoring journalists, fire fighters and other first responders for their heroism following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. Photo: Patricia Reverdy

Washington Semester journalism students Nidal Salah-El Din, Melissa Butland and Carolin Wattenberg (from left), all from Germany, in front of a section of the Berlin Wall exhibited at the Newseum in downtown Washington, D.C.

Ronald Collins, a scholar at the First Amendment Center in Washington, D.C., discussed free speech issues with Washington Semester students. Photo: Tobias Reckmann

To see more images from the Newseum and the First Amendment Center click here: Newseum
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