The ethics of journalism posted by a group of professionals is a comprehensible outline of everything we have gone over in class. Not only does it easily cover the different sub-topics of ethics, but also has helpful side-bars with resources with instructions and supporting documents to solidify why the morals are there.
The event at Smith College is the exact opposite of what journalistic ethics outline. To make story more legitimate, and could benefit the protestors, both sides need to be heard. If journalists are bias to the protestors, then they will have nothing but flimsy hearsay to back the story. No journalists who follows a code of ethics can cover this story now, only hurting the cause, to keep unbiased.
But the school can bar journalists due to its status as private. Should they? NO. Can they? YES.
Source: Current Event