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Midterm Elections: What Happened & Why … We Have Some Answers

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (UARK ) -- More than 300 people attended the Center for Ethics in Journalism forum titled, "Midterm Elections:  What Happened & Why," at the Alumni House Wednesday (Nov. 14) evening.   On hand to talk about the midterm elections and political...

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Stories We’re Following 10/12/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — A female journalist speaks out about the sexual harassment she encountered over the years. She never spoke up and wants to help others not make the same mistake. Click here to read why you should speak up. Google wants to help out journalists. A...

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Stories We’re Following 09/28/18

Stories We’re Following 09/28/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — The New York Times is asking for help. Readers can submit a tip form. Click here to read why the newspaper is doing this. Who has the right to keep their Twitter account? Do the followers belong to the journalist or the company the journalist...

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Stories We’re Following 9/20/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — The Federal Trade Commission has various violations from Instagram. Just because print magazines get away with it does not mean sponsored content can be posted without disclosing the ad. Find out here what the different ethical practices are....

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Stories We’re Following 9/14/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  —  Threats against journalists rise. Follow here to read how falsehoods impact everyday journalists. Journalists sacrifice their lives practicing ethical journalism. Supporting your local newspapers is one step to help preserve the work journalists...

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2016 Visiting Distinguished Professor Receives Award

2016 Visiting Distinguished Professor Receives Award

Congratulations to former visiting distinguished professor, Jesse Holland. The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi’s 19th annual Crystal Ball awarded Holland the Star of Hope. The awards ceremony took place in January at the Arena in Southaven....

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Students travel to Houston Conference

Students travel to Houston Conference

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The National Association of Hispanic Journalists Houston Chapter gathered in late January for a workshop. University of Arkansas Alumna, Denise Malan, led an Investigative Reporters & Editors training. Two University of Arkansas students had...

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Emeritus Professor Patsy Watkins Wins Award

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Congratulations to emeritus professor Patsy Watkins, winner of 2018 Ned Shank Award for Outstanding Preservation. Preserve Arkansas honored Watkins for her publication "It's All Done Gone," Arkansas photographs from Farm Security Administration...

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