Monthly Archives: March 2013

Boston Phoenix EIC’s heartbreaking sign-off

Thank you Boston. Good night and good luck. — Boston Phoenix (@BostonPhoenix) March 14, 2013 Following the news of the Phoenix shutting its doors over the last 24 hours has been surreal. For as long as I can remember, I’ve … Continue reading

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Covering the sequester – where to start

As is to be expected, the sequester will affect different schools differently. Here are a few resources to get you started. The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators has released a school-by-school review of sequester impacts on college campuses. … Continue reading

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“Hail the ink-stained wretches” – unlikely inspiration from the Columbia Journalism Review’s back page

Saw this in an ad for The Dallas Morning News on the back of the Columbia Journalism Review today. Figured I’d pass it along. Hail the ink-stained wretches. The reporters, those tireless tradesmen , who claw at the TRUTH buried … Continue reading

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Newspaper graphics break up long articles, “dry campuses” are hilarious

Last week, we ran a 4,000-word behemoth of a news article based on the results of an unscientific survey of students’ alcohol use we conducted last semester. Now, for any newspaper, asking your readership to commit to reading through 4,000 … Continue reading

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