The purpose of education isn’t to make you think like your professors or mirror the beliefs set for by your academy. The purpose of education is for you to identify your own thoughts and beliefs.
How to prepare for and monitor for when tweets become news has been an important consideration since the election. This post contains an overview of an #EditorTherapy chat on the issue, including advice from and for student journalists.
No one will respect your writing time. You must guard it.
I was a reading machine last month! I read 13 books in November. Of those, I gave six a perfect score. Two of the books that I gave a perfect rating were books I was rereading with students. The first was Dave Cullen’s book, Columbine. I read the book when it first came out, but felt […]
Three important things became clear while reading and discussing Dave Cullen’s book, Columbine, with my students.
Student journalists are thankful for many things this holiday season, including, of course, press freedom and pie.
It’s difficult to know if you’re doing a job well if you aren’t really sure about that job’s description. But that’s exactly the situation most collegiate media advisers are in. Here’s advice from a student editor-in-chief about what students want from their media advisers.
View and share quotables from Prof KRG.