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News

Three Journalism Professors weigh in on The Times’ coverage of a Nazi Sympathizer

Professors Walter “Robby” Robinson, Dan Kennedy and Meg Heckman discuss the controversy over The New York Times profile of a …
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Prof. Jeff Howe’s article on MIT’s outreach to rural Kentucky is published in The Boston Globe Magazine

“Kentucky wants MIT to stop destroying its jobs. MIT is listening,” by Journalism Professor Jeff Howe was published in The …
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CAMD Faculty Contributes to National Study on Young Adults’ News Consumption

Investigative Journalism Class. Photo Courtesy of Northeastern. Project Information Literacy (PIL), a nonprofit research institute, has launched a national study …
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Student Reporting

Investigative Reporting Students Look at Non-Violent Arrests in Schools

Professor Mike Beaudet’s Investigative Reporting students discovered high student arrest rates for non-violent crimes in some cities towns in Massachusetts. …
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Journalism Students reporting from Head of the Charles

Journalism graduate and undergraduate students are reporting from the Head Of The Charles Regatta. The volunteer reporting team of reporters, …
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Channel 5’s “Chronicle” features journalism students reporting from Greece

School of Journalism graduate and undergraduate students traveled to Greece from May 5 to June 13 with Professors Carlene Hempel …
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