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COLUMN: Journalism must not play into stereotypes


On Sunday morning, I woke up to the startling and tragic news of another mass shooting — this one having taken place at the popular Cameo Night Club in my hometown of Cincinnati. Though I have never been to this club, the news conjured up uncanny feelings of seeing my Ohio city dashed across national […]

Buzzfeed dilutes serious journalism


The saying goes that if you do something 21 times, it will become a habit. With that in mind, something this semester that has been more ingrained into my life as, embarrassingly enough, attending all of my classes. That was my New Year’s resolution and I’m happy to say that my goal to increase my […]

Overholser to leave post as director in 2013


The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism announced Friday that Geneva Overholser, director of the school of journalism, will leave her post in June 2013. The school has also launched a recruitment campaign for her successor. Overholser has served as director since 2008, when she left a professorship at the Missouri School of Journalism’s Washington bureau. […]

Local newspapers should go hyperlocal


The field of journalism is changing rapidly, with social media and the Internet revolutionizing the very nature of the industry. Amid these changes, local and regional newspapers have had to significantly restructure their models to succeed in an increasingly digital world — whether that means going online completely, covering more cities than they’re capable of […]