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The Associated Collegiate Press announced the winners of the Pacemaker and and Individual Awards on Saturday, Oct. 28 at the National…
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Emotional health is a full-time job for everyone, especially stressed college journalists. A former student editor-in-chief shared his mental health struggles and advice during a recent #EditorTherapy chat.
Even if we only released and consumed information about tragedies—domestic and international—when they occurred, that's all we'd ever see. Here's why I tweet normally during tragedies.
I love a good, nerdy learning opportunity, and that’s what student journalists experienced at #collegemedia17. Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association host the annual Fall National College Media Convention, which was in Dallas this year. I attended the convention with four of our student editors, along with nearly 1,400 journalism students and advisers from about 260 schools. We […]
I gave three books perfect grades in October. You can read my reviews in this post. What have you been reading and loving lately?
November finds us chatting about convention, mental illness, gratitude, and advertising during weekly #EditorTherapy chat. Learn more about this month's topics and guests in this post.