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Bankruptcy Ends Gawker's Stare

By Casey Bukro

On the Chicago police beat, which I covered at the City News Bureau of Chicago, legend was that police sometimes arrested suspicious characters for mopery with intentions to gawk. 954 more words


Awards Associate Judge

I was humbled and honored to be asked to to participate earlier this year as an associate judge in one of the Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi awards categories. It was a great experience.


Mother Jones Goes Undercover

By Casey Bukro

Just when you think an ethics issue has been put to rest, a Mother Jones magazine reporter spends four months working undercover as a guard at a corporate-run prison in Louisiana. 1,001 more words


West Hawaii Today wins six SPJ awards | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

HONOLULU — The Hawaii Tribune-Herald won six awards, including two first-place honors, in the annual journalism contest put on by the Hawaii chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. 365 more words


KHNL: Hawaii News Now wins 3 SPJ awards

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Hawaii News Now won three first place awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Hawaii Chapter’s annual Excellence in Journalism Awards announced Friday.Th… 202 more words


The 2016-2017 Board

Kelsey Hamlin

Kelsey Hamlin is a journalism major looking to double-major with Law, Societies & Justice — currently her minor. Hamlin freelances around various Seattle publications… 694 more words

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Media Rules of Conduct: A Call to Arms

By Casey Bukro

An 18th-century Pirate Code of Conduct was stern but direct: Anyone found stealing from another crewman would have his ears and nose slit open and be set ashore. 649 more words