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  • Retracted Rolling Stone story is rare demerit for its Philadelphia-based writer

    Retracted Rolling Stone story is rare demerit for its Philadelphia-based writer
    The retracted Rolling Stone article about an apparently fictional gang rape at the University of Virginia is a blemish on an otherwise illustrious career for the journalist who wrote it. Freelance writer Sabrina Rubin Erdely has made a living out of...
  • Retracted Rolling Stone story is rare demerit for its writer

    The retracted Rolling Stone article about an apparently fictional gang rape at the University of Virginia is a blemish on an otherwise illustrious career for the journalist who wrote it. Freelance writer Sabrina Rubin Erdely has made a living out of...
  • Discredited rape story a test for Wenner, Rolling Stone

    Through decades of digging into the private lives of rock stars and providing a forum for colorful writers like Hunter S. Thompson and P.J. O'Rourke, Rolling Stone magazine publisher Jann Wenner has never been afraid to push boundaries. Now Wenner, who...
  • Egypt photojournalist describes detention of over 600 days

    In a letter from prison, an Egyptian photojournalist who spent more than 600 days in detention without any charges said his prison is like a "cemetery" and that he left his "dignity" at its gates. Mahmoud Abou-Zeid, known by his nickname Shawkan, was...
  • Community news for Windham edition

    Spring symposium at Canterbury Community Center CANTERBURY – On Saturday, May 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., The Canterbury Community Center, 1 Municipal Dr., will have a Spring Symposium about Prudence Crandall, a 19th century schoolteacher, who...
  • Retired WVU journalism professor Paul Atkins recalls career

    Ed Buckbee never forgot how the wiry little guy with the big round glasses shot out of The Daily Athenaeum newsroom like a rocket that day. On that October day in 1957, all of America — which included a handful of WVU journalism students working...
  • Guatemala arrests gang suspect in journalist's killing

    An alleged gang member suspected of ordering the recent killing of a young journalist has been arrested, President Otto Perez Molina said Friday. Prosecutors said a wiretap captured suspect Antonio Televario Navichoc saying he ordered the slaying of...
  • Myanmar press freedom: Unprecedented but still subject to pressures

    It was a scene wholly unimaginable just a few years ago when this country was under strict military rule and its press subject to overwhelming controls: The ballroom of one of this city’s fanciest hotels, filled with journalists from around the...
  • Journalism fellowship applications due

    Journalism fellowship applications due
    In June 2015, the Culpepper Journalism Foundation will celebrate its 18th anniversary. Over the years it has provided fellowships to 77 students from Broward County public schools to help them attend summer journalism programs at universities. Each...
  • Jerry Warren dies at 84; San Diego journalist and aide to Nixon, Ford

    Jerry Warren dies at 84; San Diego journalist and aide to Nixon, Ford
    Jerry Warren was the top editor of the San Diego Union, and Union-Tribune after a merger, for a combined 20 years. But before that, it was he who faced journalists as the White House's deputy press secretary during the Richard Nixon presidency. Indeed,...
  • Lisa Colagrossi: 'She was the real deal'

    Lisa Colagrossi: 'She was the real deal'
    Lisa Colagrossi was one of the best anchors ever at Orlando’s Channel 6, and she was such a good reporter that you could tell she was headed to bigger things. In 2001, she joined WABC-Channel 7 in New York, the nation’s largest TV market,...