What We’re Reading This Week 05/25/20

Americans Rate Germany and South Korea Higher Than U.S. for Dealing with the Coronavirus Americans Relying on White House for COVID-19 News More Likely to Downplay Pandemic CBS Did Not Stage COVID-19 Testing, Pence Didn’t Unload Empty Boxes at Nursing...

What We’re Reading This Week 8/7/19

  Monday, the Knight Foundation and the Maynard Institute announced a $1.2 million donation to help newsrooms diversify their staffs.  The New York Times received criticism over a headline that read, “TRUMP URGES UNITY VS. RACISM.” The story covered...

What We’re Reading This Week 6/11/19

Many news organizations and journalists have pledged to not name the shooter in mass shootings to try to avoid giving perpetrator notoriety.  The Columbia Journalism Review has recruited four journalists to serve as public editors for The New York Times, The...

DACA ‘No Mas’

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Beginning Wednesday (Sept. 6) new DACA applications will not be accepted.  President Donald Trump has ended the program, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday (Sept. 5) morning.  No questions were taken after Sessions made the...

Stories We’re Following 2/22

The New York Times Public Editor Liz Spayd discussed the advantages and disadvantages of using anonymous sources, particularly in relation to political reporting. An article from the New York Times discussed how the rising use of technology for reporting has begun to...