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The Ohio Journalist — Graduate does time for refusing to testify

By Lisa Abraham

(March 19, 1994) — Until last October, the most action my journalism books saw since I left Ohio University was being packed and unpacked into moving cartons.

Cortland Anderson

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Director Victim of Cancer

Fund Created in Memory of Anderson

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — A special fund has been created in memory of Courtland Anderson as a separate account of the Ohio University Fund, according to Jack Ellis, vice president for development.

Search Underway

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — A committee has been appointed to conduct a national search for a successor to Cortland Anderson as the director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

Cortland Anderson Leaves Rich Legacy

By Norman H. Dohn

(March 22, 1986) — Twice in the past I told you I was retiring as editor of this publication.

Tributes, Remembrances Offered

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Memorial services were held for Cortland Anderson at Galbreath Chapel with President Charles J. Ping officiating.

Alumni Gifts Make The Difference In Program

By Cortland Anderson

(August 24, 1985) — Elsewhere in this issue, theres a list of alumni and friends who donated to the journalism program last year.

The Ohio Journalist – Scripps Hall

By Staff

(August 24, 1985) — Ohio University E.W. Scripps Hall Renovation

Higher Standards For OU Journalists

By Cortland Anderson

(November 21, 1984) — Despite a sharp decline in the pool of young people of college age, freshman journalism enrollment for 1984-85 is up about 25 percent.

Communications Week Focuses on Politics

By Mark Davidson & Russ Kennedy

(November 21, 1984) — Many (people) resent the influence of the media, which they perceive as (being) more powerful and more intrusive than the government it professes to monitor, said Cable News Network correspondent Daniel Schorr in his May 3rd address during Communications Week.

Journalism and Languages Merge

By Dwight Woodward

(November 21, 1984) — This fall, journalism students with dreams of working as foreign correspondents will have a chance to study French and Spanish using foreign language newspaper, weekly news magazines, and radio television broadcasts received on satellite dish.

Faculty Elected to National Posts

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Four members of the School of Journalism faculty were elected to positions at national convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication August 5-8 in Gainesville, Fla.

Director Sizes Up Status of School

By Cortland Anderson

(August 1, 1983) — This is my first story written on a computer terminal.

Language Training Being Considered

By Mary Mitchell

(August 1, 1983) — He loved words and played them as a boy plays with marbles, arranging them, clicking ne off against another, flicking this one around to become modifier or knocking that one aside because it was redundant, says Ralph Brem, 55, managing editor of the Pittsburgh Press.

Late But Appreciated picture

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — David Brown, left, editor of the Birmingham Post-Herald, was pleasantly surprised when Richard Campbell, editor of the Columbus Citizen-Journal and a graduate of OU, presented the diploma he didnt realize he had earned.

School Host for Seminar, First Amendment Congress

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — In May the school hosted a court reporting seminar and a dialogue on the First Amendment.

All Six Sequences Accredited

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC) has granted full accreditation to all six sequences and the professional graduate program of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

Words From The Director

By Cortland Anderson

(August 1, 1982) — Dear Alumni and Friends: We hope you share our pride and happiness in the recent announcement of a $1.5 million contribution to the school from the Scripps-Howard Foundation.

The Ohio Journalist Former Washington Post VP

By Norman H. Dohn

(August 1, 1981) — Anderson Becomes Fifth Director

Director Anderson Accepts Change

By Cortland Anderson

(August 1, 1981) — To: The Friends and Alumni of the Journalism School: It’s an honor to serve as the new director of the Ohio University School of Journalism.

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