Journalism, which was ranked as the worst job in America last year, inched up a notch to finish at number 199, just ahead of lumberjack.
Articles By: Don Irvine
The Columbia Journalism Review, which is not known for its conservative views, published an article yesterday by Alexis Sobel Fitts that credits Fox News for giving opponents more of a voice than does MSNBC.
University of Kansas journalism professor David Guth was placed on administrative leave after his anti-NRA tweet on gun control in response to the Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C. last week.
Daily Illini at the University of Illinois may have come up with the best reason for eliminating one edition of the paper—sleeping students.
A new study by Bankrate.com of various college majors shows that among four-year degree programs, journalism is dead last when it comes to return on investment.
Obama may have won a second term in November, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is 100% satisfied and that includes the members of the Modern Language Association.
At the recent Modern Language Association convention Keith Spencer from Carnegie Mellon University presented his paper “Class, Race and the ‘Common Man’: Interviews with Occupy Pittsburgh” and the results shouldn’t come as a shock to conservatives or anyone else who closely watched the Occupy movement.
Can one make a carbon footprint while en route to a convention where environmentalism is the dominant faith?
A new report to be issued in January by the USC Annenberg Center for the Digital Future predicts that most newspapers will be dead in five years.
Austan Goolsbee, the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and one of Barack Obama’s longest serving policy advisers, resigned suddenly on Monday just one day after struggling to defend the White House’s economic plan on ABC’s “This Week with Christiane Amanpour.”