CMM Special Series: The Future of College Media (How Do We Get Students to Care More?) Part 3: ‘Initiating a Complete Culture Shift’

For this part of the series, U. of Kansas rising senior Katie Kutsko offers her perspectives and advice.

CMM Special Series: The Future of College Media (How Do We Get Students to Care More?) Part 2: ‘That Hip, Instagram-Worthy Quality’

For this part of the series, Danielle Klein at the University of Toronto offers her perspectives and advice.

CMM Special Series: The Future of College Media (How Do We Get Students to Care More?) Part 1: ‘A Makeshift Umbrella During a Rainy Day’

For this part of the series, USC rising junior Matt Lemas offers his perspectives and advice.

College Media News: Hacking, a Lawsuit Victory, a Book About Veterans & Examples of Student Press Crowdfunding Success

A rundown of recent college media news and interesting student journalist perspectives.

Otterbein U. Student Media Wins Lawsuit: Campus Police Records Must Be Made Public

Otterbein University graduate and former Otterbein360 news editor Anna Schiffbauer is having a good day.

The Best Student Newspaper Story I’ve Read So Far in 2015

The longform feature documents a student’s fallout after being labeled a level 2 sex offender.

DePaul Student Newspaper to School: Stop Blocking Access to Campus Sources

As new editorial argues, “If there’s nothing to hide, there’s no reason to hide.”

Meet the Summer 2015 CMM Editorial Fellows

The CMM Editorial Fellowship is aimed at amplifying the voices of student media leaders nationwide.

Old Dominion Student Newspaper Website Hacked by Group Protesting Killing of Muslims

The hacked site was live online for roughly 24 hours beginning Sunday night.

College Media News: LSU By Drone, Evolution of UF’s Innovation News Center & Badger Herald for Life

A rundown of recent college media news and interesting student journalist perspectives.

Fake Newsman Tweets Commencement Speech to Journalism Students: ‘You Suck At This But You’ll Get Better’

I’ve also added a few perspectives of my own into the mix.

College Media Podcast: Alicia Keene, Graduate Executive Director, The Hub@TTU, Texas Tech University

The podcast is a chat about big ideas, breaking news, media innovation & college life.

Harvard Crimson Data Reporting Projects Focus on Faculty Political Donations, Student-Athlete Hometowns

In an interview, Crimson managing editor Madeline Conway explains how each project was carried out.

5 Questions for a (Formerly) Pissed Off Journalism Student

Among the student’s j-school demands: more digital, data & professional journalists leading courses.

Advice for Journalism Students Who Are About to Graduate & Join the News Industry

Sample: “Say yes to working for small newsrooms, startups. There will be great dignity in work you’ll do.”