Monthly Archive: January 2016
Yesterday, Florida Atlantic University miraculously found a new place for South Florida Gay News to distribute. All it took was the threat of topless women strolling around campus, handing out copies of a gay newspaper. Continue reading
On Wednesday, topless women will distribute a gay newspaper at a public university in South Florida.
Why? To defend a free press. Continue reading
When the newspaper at Mount St. Mary’s University made national headlines this week, I wanted to congratulate the editors. Continue reading
Michael Pitts is a Republican state representative in South Carolina. Yesterday, he introduced a bill called the South Carolina Responsible Journalism Registry Law. Continue reading
Nominations for the Kunkel Awards closed Friday at midnight. Thank God. We received a whopping 291 entries that cover all five categories. Continue reading
Q. What do you call a meeting of journalists who want to discuss the journalism in the student newspaper at a public university? Continue reading
She’s the communication professor at the University of Missouri who asked for some “muscle” to oust a student journalist from a campus racism protest. Continue reading
Everyone’s talking about it, but few are complaining about it.
Although he’s vowed to fight to get his job back, tomorrow is James Tracy‘s last day at Florida Atlantic University, an obscure state school between Palm Beach and Miami Beach. Continue reading
Last week, someone told me about an article that ripped this fine organization.
(To be specific, it was a tweet from the “crown regent of tactical shitposting.” Just how barren was my life before Twitter?)
The provocative headline: BLACK LEADER: MEDIA COVER UP MASS SHOOTINGS — BY BLACKS. Continue reading