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  • Fraternity announces 'legal action' against Rolling Stone

    Fraternity announces 'legal action' against Rolling Stone
    A fraternity at the University of Virginia announced Monday that it will "pursue all available legal action" against Rolling Stone, saying a Columbia Journalism School review shows the magazine acted recklessly and defamed its members by publishing an...
  • Stay focused on reform

    An article about the University of Virginia published in November by Rolling Stone painted a violent and vulgar portrait of a gang rape at the school, putting a horrifying personal narrative to the problem of sexual assault on campuses nationwide....
  • Robert McClory, writer and former priest, helped mold Medill students

    Robert McClory, writer and former priest, helped mold Medill students
    Robert McClory, who left the Catholic priesthood after falling in love with a nun who became his wife, brought strong convictions, a wry sense of humor and a gentle demeanor to his work as a writer and an associate professor at Northwestern University's...
  • Rolling Stone's "shock narrative" about a culture of sex assaults

    Rolling Stone's "shock narrative" about a culture of sex assaults at the University of Virginia was rife with bad journalistic practice, and "Jackie," the student at the center of the story, is not to blame for the magazine's failures, Columbia Journalism...
  • Community news for Willimantic edition

    Benefit for Channel 3 kids' camp HARTFORD - This year's Women Raising Awareness Philanthropically (WRAP) Luncheon will honor Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman on Friday, April 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Hartford Marriott Downtown with a guest list of over 250...
  • Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review

    Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review
    Rolling Stone magazine retracted a discredited story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a devastating independent review by Columbia University deemed it a “journalistic failure that was avoidable.” “The...
  • Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review

    Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review
    Rolling Stone magazine retracted a discredited story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a devastating independent review by Columbia University deemed it a “journalistic failure that was avoidable.” “The...
  • Parker B. Lusk, public relations executive, teacher and reporter, dies

     Parker B. Lusk, public relations executive, teacher and reporter, dies
    Parker B. Lusk worked in public relations at AT&T and Illinois Bell and also taught news reporting and public relations courses at Triton College, Loyola University and Rosary College. Mr. Lusk, 91, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease on...
  • At Meduza, self-exiled Russian journalists avoid Kremlin censorship

    At Meduza, self-exiled Russian journalists avoid Kremlin censorship
    The office of the Meduza Project brims with light and open space, a metaphor for the freedom that the dozen journalists who left Russia to avoid censorship feel in their newfound home. The white-washed interior walls of a 200-year-old former grain...
  • The Jean Knows Cars review: 2015 Range Rover Supercharged LWB a worthy update of a legendary SUV

    JeanKnowsCars.com I am a member of a most fortunate generation of automotive journalists: We're the ones who were on the ground floor of Land Rover's official entry into the United States in 1987. The venerable British company was represented by one...
  • Reporting on quacks and pseudoscience: The problem for journalists

    Reporting on quacks and pseudoscience: The problem for journalists
    Recently, we raised the question of how political journalists should deal with candidates for president who mouth the quackery of climate change denial. But the problem of how to write about pseudoscience goes much broader.    In part that's because...