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ACP has revised and updated its Model Code of Ethics, and the fall 2019 update is distributed as a membership benefit.
Additional copies are available in the ACP Store.
It was written by the late Albert “Flip” DeLuca, James Madison University, and the late Tom Rolnicki, former executive director of ACP and National Scholastic Press Association. Its fourth-edition editor was Brian Steffen, who now leads the Department of Multimedia Communication at Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa.
2019 editors were Robert Bergland, journalism professor, Northwest Missouri State University; Ruth Witmer, news adviser, Indiana Daily Student, Indiana University; and Ron Johnson, communications director, ACP/NSPA.
Curated by Mike Reilley for the Society of Professional Journalists, the Journalist’s Toolbox is a resource that’s regularly updated and consistently helpful for journalists at all levels.
In the Toolbox are updates specifically for collegiate media.
Follow Reilley’s updates at @journtoolbox.
The NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists Stylebook on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Terminology complements your stylebook with terms that promote fair, accurate and inclusive coverage of LGBTQ+ people. A Spanish version is also included.
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ACP stands in support of collegiate journalists and their advisers, and here is our statement that outlines our continuing support.
ACP joined the Student Press Law Center in celebrating Student Press Freedom Day.
The SPLC site Journalism Against the Odds presents stories and insight that will inspire you — and help you advocate for a free, responsible student press.
One of ACP’s long-time allies, the Student Press Law Center is the go-to source for legal information and advice — and support when you need it most.
SPLC has helped literally thousands of student journalists and their advisers stand in the face of challenges to their First Amendment rights.