Women’s March: A look at college media coverage

The Women’s March on Washington, combined with the more than 600 sister marches that took place across the United States on Saturday, is believed to be the largest day of protest in the country’s history. College media outlets were out en masse covering these marches, from major cities such as Washington, Los Angeles and Denver […]

University Football Coach: Newspaper Theft by Players a “Team Building Exercise”

Guy Morriss, the football coach at Texas A&M University-Commerce, is expressing pride at his players’ recent involvement in the theft of almost 2,000 copies of The East Texan, the school’s student newspaper. According to the coach, “I’m proud of my players for doing that.  This was the best team building exercise we have ever done.” […]

College Media Highlights, Lowlights from Fall 2009

Fall semester 2009 played host to great feats of student journalism excellence. It also featured several callous fights and a spate of blunders that made j-students both grimace and blush.  It was a typical term. — As students begin to sober up and look toward spring 2010, here is a quick glimpse back at the […]