A Second Printer Rejects LSU’S Legacy Magazine Due to Sexual Fantasy Feature; Interview with Editor Emily Slack

A second printer has refused to publish the latest issue of Legacy Magazine at Louisiana State University because of its concerns about a story on student sexual fetishes. In a podcast chat with me this morning, Legacy editor-in-chief Emily Stack outlines the now-weeklong saga surrounding an article set to run in its upcoming issue.

26-Year-Old Harvard Alum Named New Yorker Managing Editor

Journalism neophytes and dedicated students take heart, all hope is not lost. Yes, jobs may be shedding.  Predictions of demise may be looming.  As you talk about your journalism passions, your parents’ eyes may be rolling.  But with the right training, and a stint in Paris (OK, and a Harvard degree), you too might be […]

Better RED Than Dead?

It will focus on “everything college life.”  RED, a new, ambitious general-interest student magazine has launched at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with the promise, “You haven’t read a magazine until you’ve read RED.”     The founders pitch RED as a “central publication to the university.”  They aim to fill a niche, ironically, by focusing […]