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Award-winning journalist visits UW-Eau Claire, speaks on career and the new media age

By Courtney Kueppers

It was as simple as a passion for reading, writing and traveling that led the current chief White House correspondent for The Washington Post into the career of journalism, he said Thursday at  689 more words

Why journalism is “more complicated” than ever, according to Devroy Forum speaker

By Kristina Bornholtz

The Washington Post’s chief White House correspondent says in the technology age, reporters must work harder than ever to preserve quality and transparency in the news. 645 more words

Ann Devroy: Journey through journalism

By Steve Fruehauf

Edited by Rebecca Sloane

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The Washington Post - This link will bring readers to the online homepage of The Washington Post. 108 more words

Wisdom from the White House

By Trent Tetzlaff

Tony Snow, a journalist and media adviser to President Bush once said, “the five most threatening words in Washington are, Ann Devroy on line one.” Scott Wilson the current White House Bureau Chief said. 668 more words

Outgoing Devroy Fellow shares her experiences at The Washington Post

By: Jessica Amaris

Paparazzi swarm as R&B singer Chris Brown steps from his car towards the doors to the courthouse, where he will be on trial for assaulting a photographer in October. 678 more words

NBC Disputes Claims of Psychological Consultant

Did NBC bring in a psychological consultant to figure out how David Gregory could get better ratings for Meet the Press? The network says no after a  146 more words