Opinion: Journalism in the age of Trump

October 3, 2018

Journalism is barely surviving in this post-apocalyptic media world. When President Trump called the media “the enemy of the people,” journalists’ credibility and achievements in revealing truth practically vanished into a wasteland of dust. Now, all articles are questioned, and facts have lost their meaning. It is as if we are living in George Orwell’s […]

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Is a Journalism major necessary?

February 22, 2018

For students wanting to study journalism like myself, Denise Cetta’s career sounds like a dream come true. Denise Schrier Cetta, writer and producer for CBS’s 60 Minutes, travels the world writing long form news on people like Bill and Melinda Gates, the pharmaceutical industry like Oregon’s death with liberty law, current events such as a […]

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WPI brings journalism legend

April 16, 2015

Jane Pauley, an award-winning broadcast journalist, visited Rollins on April 9, as a guest of the Winter Park Institute (WPI). The Alfond Sports Center was packed with lots of community members and a few students who wanted to hear her speak. The stage was set like a living room, with comfortable chairs and plants. Pauley […]

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Sandspur Article Assignment Meeting

February 3, 2014

Bring your own ideas to our weekly article assignment meeting.

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Lightness and Weight – Response to Fall 2013 Orientation’s Issue The Sandspur

September 5, 2013

[information]This article is in response to the Fall 2013 Orientation Issue of The Sandspur.[/information] The difference between the journalist and the common citizen is simple: the common citizen has the right to ask questions in the spirit of true freedom of opinion, while the journalist has the right to demand an informed answer. The Franco-Czech […]

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