Posts Tagged ‘ newspaper ’

Fair City News founder finds no folly in farcing

Mar 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Community Features, Features

Fair City News is a tabloid newspaper that pokes fun at local events through fake news articles.



News reporting discretion lacking in online age

Dec 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Blogs, Opinions

by Zach Becker Discerning news from non-news used to be one of the key functions of journalists and their editors. Back in the day, reporters were limited by the practical problem of limited physical space in the print edition. Some things made it, others didn’t. While I love the Internet (as I sit here blogging), […]



Saying goodbye to Jeremy Clawson: A good friend, talented journalist, and all-around great person

Jul 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: Columns, Opinions

by Zach Becker I write this message in great sadness after receiving news of the death of Jeremy Andrew Clawson. The world has lost a great citizen and I’ve lost a friend. I mourn the best way I know how – with words. I want to tell you a little about my experiences with Jeremy […]



Newspapers of the future!

Mar 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Blogs, Opinions, Video

Thirty years ago, newspapers started putting content online. Now, online content is helping to drive them out of business



A look Underground: Behind the scenes with the creators

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus Group, Campus News, Commentary, Featured Articles

Nathanael Edward Bassett Contributor You probably have some questions about the newspaper in your hand (or the website you are reading from). Like, what is this? What’s the point? Why should I read it? Well, I’ll try and answer those as best I can if you just give me a few moments. First of all, […]



Opportunities abound for MSU students

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Editorials

You can learn a lot in a classroom. You can learn even more outside of it. The university is a wholly unique institution in our society. It provides a stage where young adults can work to find themselves, cultivate interests and explore the possibilities of life. And that exploration doesn’t end in the classroom. At […]