Let’s Talk Tabloid: Tips for Shifting to a Tabloid-Sized Paper (Part 1, The Tabloid Backstory)

Former Daily Beacon editor-in-chief Claire Dodson at U. of Tennessee shares some advice.

How Should Student Journalists Cover the 2016 Presidential Race?

Student media staffers, advisers, profs and alumni weigh in during #collegemedia chat.

Join #collegemedia Live Chat This Sunday July 26th at 5 p.m. EST

This Sunday afternoon, join the #collegemedia live chat. Stop by Twitter starting at 5 p.m. EST for a fun, free-flowing, hour-long discussion about college media, new media, millennials and the future of journalism.

College Media Podcast: Ana Goni-Lessan, Adviser, The Cougar, University of Houston

Ana Goni-Lessan is the adviser of The Cougar student newspaper at UH.

Why Should Students Major in Journalism?

Student media staffers, advisers, profs and alumni weigh in during #collegemedia chat.

North Texas Daily Tells Readers Why It Didn’t Run Alleged Frat Hazing Story

The paper calls related outside reporting on the incident “another unbalanced bodyslam attempt on fraternities.”

Editor’s Note on Daily Bruin ‘Free Tampons’ Blog Post Stirs Buzz: Respectful or Overly PC?

The issue centers on gender identity and editorial decision-making.

CMM Special Series: What Do Student Journalists Want to Learn More About Journalism? (Part 11)

For this part of the series, University of Tampa rising senior Griffin Guinta offers his perspectives.

A Questionable Quote About ‘Rich, White Males’ Led to a Student Newspaper’s Demise (& Rebirth)

A story of “questionable journalism,” financial censorship & crowdfunding success

How Can Student Media Reinvent & Innovate More?

Student media staffers, advisers, profs and alumni weigh in during #collegemedia chat.

CMM Special Series: What Do Student Journalists Want to Learn More About Journalism? (Part 10)

For this part of the series, Angela Christaldi at Saint Joseph’s University offers her perspectives.

Should Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign Be Covered as Politics or Entertainment?

Student media staffers, advisers, profs and alumni weigh in during #collegemedia chat.

The Student Journalist Adventure Series: Is Cursing with a Source A-OK or Sort of F****ed Up?

It’s a question about language choices, comfort zones and source-reporter relations.

Join #collegemedia Live Chat This Sunday July 19th at 7 p.m. EST

A discussion about college media, new media, millennials & the future of journalism.

Emerald Staffer at U. of Oregon: NASA’s Pluto Mission ‘Made Me Feel Like a Kid Again’

Eder Campuzano is the outlet’s audience engagement director.