Student journalist/editor wins primary election in school district where he has been censored
ROCHESTER, PA: High school senior Aaron Brant, editor-in-chief of the Rochester High School student newspaper, “The Oracle”, has been censored several times this year, by the administration at his school. Brant has won democratic and republican tickets in the primary election for a seat on the very school board where he attends school. He will now appear with the other four candidates in the fall election where five seats are open. Citizens in Pennsylvania can run for school board at age 18.