American democracy is reliant on journalists’ freedom of speech, but press freedom is being silenced in the U.S. and around the world.
Lack of information from advisers creates confusion for journalism students during transition to new curriculum
To avoid schedule and class conflict, students are advised to keep themselves informed.
The award is given to professors who have made major accomplishments at MU but are still in their earlier stages within the university.
Freshmen are first to experience the explorative qualities of new journalism curriculum, upperclassmen unaffected
The new journalism curriculum is now in action with plans to ensure future students will be able to explore more areas of journalism without elective credit hour restrictions or the application process.
He has been working at the New York Times for 29 years.
The appeal of working in print publishing has diminished with the digitalization of media.
The Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News spoke about his book, Trump’s presidency and the state of journalism Thursday.
The medalists shared their experiences and struggles while pursuing a career in media.
Key changes include fewer emphasis areas, elimination of interest areas and changes to specific courses.
O’Brien has earned two Peabody Awards, several Emmys and the NAACP President’s Award for her groundbreaking news coverage.
From show business to sports to journalism and more, former Tigers represent MU across the country.
Steve Fainaru: “Any information that we can provide that helps other people think about the way they do their jobs, that would be great.”
The organization hopes to collaborate with the Panhellenic Association, the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center, the Women’s Center and the LGBTQ Center.
“This one strike close to home, because the victims look so much like us,” KOMU News Director Randy Reeves said. “We have everything in common with them. It hurts my heart. It’s legitimately scary.”
“Hopefully it’ll trigger other journalism schools and communication programs to look at this as an area of important study,” Blair said.
Many countries across the world try to censor journalistic practices, but in America, we are allowed to report the truth.
The $1 million estate gift comes from alum Timothy Blair.
“It’s a great university with a fantastic school of journalism and wonderful people, and I can’t wait to get there and become part of that culture and do good work,” he said.
The former LSU administrator will start at MU on July 1 with a base salary of $240,000.
“Frame by Frame” will be premiering at SXSW in Austin, Texas on March 15.