The State Hornet has won its fight to remain in the heart of the Sacramento State campus. The weekly student-run newspaper wrote in an editorial this week that its newsroom will relocate to Del Norte Hall in time for the start of spring semester classes Jan. 23. The State Hornet was one of several campus […]
The volume of work and number of years that Dan dedicated to college media will occasionally give us the opportunity to look back. At the top headlines. At the big stories. At what Dan himself was writing about years ago. Here’s such an example: During this week in 2010, Dan posted, “Ten Student Newspapers Sporting […]
Editor’s note: For many in college media, the end of the fall semester represents a break from the classroom and the newsroom. But for at least one editor in chief, December meant graduation and handing over the reins. Kavahn Mansouri is the outgoing editor in chief of The Journal at Webster University in suburban St. […]
Editor’s note: This article was written by Justin Mattingly, the editor in chief of The Daily Orange, the independent student newspaper at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. This is the second in a series showcasing student publications and how they’ve covered one of the most unique elections in United States history. A week before […]
Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional series that will be spotlight college media advisers and the unique things they are doing. David Swartzlander is a past president of College Media Association. What started as a last-minute idea has become a once-every-four-years tradition for David Swartzlander. Next month, for the fifth time, he […]
When the staff of The Battalion received a request for advertising for a talk by a white nationalist, they started covering one of the biggest stories to hit their campus. And started fielding calls from the national, professional press.
The mayor of Fort Collins, Colorado, has made December “Student Media Celebration Month.” Wade Troxell presented a proclamation earlier this week in honor of the 125th anniversary of The Rocky Mountain Collegian, the independent student newspaper of Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins. The proclamation read in part: “… The Rocky Mountain Collegian reflects […]
When an Elon University legend died, Elon News Network responded the only way they knew how
The staff of the Iowa State Daily worked until the early hours of the morning on Election Night. They soon learned that their coverage of Donald Trump’s victory was just getting started.
Months after losing their newspaper, UCF student journalists move on with new, independent website
Editors from Ohio State University’s student-run newspaper talk about initial reactions and lessons learned from reporting on an attack on their campus.
In recent years, the fallouts from student press April Fools’ editions have ratcheted up– or maybe it just seems that way due to social media. Regardless, I strongly believe in the usefulness and power of these special issues. When done right, they can start much-needed conversations, trigger university-wide belly-laughs, and memorably point out all manner […]
The student newspaper and yearbook staffs at the University of Portland are being evicted from their offices in the school’s student center to make room for professional staff overseeing a campus religious group. Portland administrators apparently decided upon the shift without consulting students serving on either publication.
Drunkorexia. Over the past academic year, the five-syllable word has become the most publicized new disorder impacting college students. A growing number of students, researchers, and health professionals consider it a dangerous phenomenon. Others dismiss it as a media-driven faux-trend. And still others contend it is nothing more than a fresh label stamped onto an activity that students have been carrying out for years.
The Daily Cardinal at the University of Wisconsin-Madison celebrated its 120th birthday today with a resplendent special issue reflecting on its past and predicting its future. As the paper confirms, “Since the 1890s, The Daily Cardinal has been a lens through which Wisconsin students have seen their world. . . . For the past 120 years, students have produced The Daily Cardinal through wars, protests and tragedies.”