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On My Radar, Vol. 8

1. College Protesters: “By taking a neutral stance, journalists and media are being complacent in our fight.”

I have to admit, when I read this story I desperately wanted to bang my head against my desk, for two reasons: 1) It’s people like these students that perpetuate the stereotype of Millennials and younger Americans specifically being selfish brats, and 2) This follows a week where, while on the job, I’ve encountered several people who seem to think that my job is to promote their cause rather than report on it. 786 more words


On My Radar, Vol. 7

Shameless promotion: If you’re an early-career journalist or public relations professional in Connecticut, a new college grad or about to be one, be sure to RSVP… 637 more words


On My Radar, Vol. 5

After a one-week hiatus due to preparations for the upcoming municipal elections, here’s this week’s On My Radar.

1. Are Reporters Still Keeping Local Government Accountable? 762 more words


On My Radar, Vol. 4

1. Millennials Want To Be Heard

Being a Millennial myself, I always find it interesting to read articles that claim to provide new insight to my generation. 708 more words


Columbia Journalism Review Cutting Back to Two Print Issues a Year

Elizabeth Spayd, the editor in chief and publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review, announced in a note to readers on Wednesday that the nonprofit magazine would be reducing its print schedule from six issues a year to two. 248 more words

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Dept. of Ed: UVA fostered 'hostile environment' for sexual assault survivors

The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights has officially closed its investigation into the sexual assault policies of the University of Virginia, finding that it didn’t “fully comply with Title IX requirements,” including “prompt and equitable responses to certain allegations of sexual assault, adequate coordination of Title IX responsibilities and adequate distribution of the University’s notice of non-discrimination.” 238 more words


Vacating the Tower of Truth

We all know too well how the technology-driven disruption of the news business has led newspapers to slash their staffs—nearly 23,500 jobs (out of 56,400) at U.S. 546 more words

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