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The Ohio Journalist — Ailes talks of success

By Tracy Lassiter and Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Success is a journey.


Educating the Media Generation

By Sally Browning and Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Six School of Journalism alumni, now employed as reporters, editors and public relations practitioners for The Wall Street Journal, returned to share their experiences during Wall Street Journal Day on Friday, April 21.


Stewart takes on ACTV-7

By Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Student reporters on the School of Journalisms ACTV-7 News have been facing new challenges since Assistant Professor Bob Stewart succeeded Don Shoultz as advisor.


Agency sells students manuscript

By Nathan Dotson

(March 18, 1989) — The Ohio Magazine Writers Group, a student-run literary agency, recently placed Jim Arnolds The Ethics of Available Light with Columbia Universitys School Press Review.


Faculty, visiting professors join Scripps

By Nathan Dotson

(November 23, 1988) — The School of Journalism welcomed four new faculty members this year: Justice Hill, Ronald Pittman, Bonnie Peng and Gerald Stone.


Students hear Canadian journalist

By Nathan Dotson

(November 23, 1988) — The relationship between Canada and the United States is a one-way mirror according to Toronto Globe and Mail correspondent Jennifer Lewington, who lectured at O.U. January 23 through 26.


21 Students Admitted to Grad Program

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Twenty-one impressive graduate students were admitted this fall to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism graduate programs, bringing the total number of on- and off-campus students enrolled to 112 (88 master students and 24 doctoral students), according to Graduate Coordinator Patrick Washburn


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