This is, no doubt, a response to Melissa Click’s attempt to kick out a student journalist from protests at the University of Missouri.
Student journalists were prevented from covering the ‘safe space’ at Loyola University Chicago.
Oh, this isn’t good for Melissa Click, the assistant professor of mass media at Mizzou who tried to get muscle to push out a student journalist for doing his job.
Melissa Click, who is an assistant professor of mass media at the University of Missouri, tried to get other students to forcibly remove a student reporter out of the protester’s camp area in the public quad…
Good piece at the College Fix: Kyle Cheney, the author of the recent (stealthily edited) Politico article on Ben Carson’s recollections about West Point, was once an editor of Boston University’s The Daily Free Press….
The video speaks for itself, doesn’t it? A Texas journalism professor’s explosive charge that police hassled her for “walking while black,” a claim lodged in a guest column in the state’s biggest newspaper, doesn’t square…
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia notes that support for the death penalty has been part of Christian and Catholic tradition in the Old and New Testaments. What’s more, it was morally accepted when the U.S….
College Fix reported: National journalism organizations established “The J-Team” last month to train student journalists against suppression attempts by college administrations. The move follows Muscatine Community College’s crackdown on The Calumet, which led the editors…
It is a great move by the university to sever ties with Stem Express, after the post-abortion practices were revealed via undercover videos.
Wait, so because a reporter wasn’t black is a reason to harass him and try to kick him out of an event that demands justice, fairness and equality? Utterly hypocritical and classless.