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Dixon Grabs Attention with Columns

By Amy Potts

(March 18, 1995) — I find it hard to write humor, so I try to piss people off, said Ken Dixon (BSJ 76).


Exciting sports reporting career comes to a close

By Amy Potts

(November 23, 1994) — Recently retired, Bill Smith has enjoyed the last 35 years he spent covering sports for the Charleston Daily Mail


The Ohio Journalist- Rothschild achieves firsts in political arena

By Amy B. Potts

(June 11, 1994) — It was really a quirk of fate, said Beryl Elaine Rotschild (BSJ 51) about her involvement in politics. She recently has won her fifth term as Mayor of University Heights, a suburb of Cleveland, and is now the longest serving female mayor in Cuyahoga County.


Graduates find rewards as educators

By Amy B. Potts

(March 19, 1994) — When students graduate from Ohio University with a degree in journalism, they typically take one of three paths.


OU students rank among the best

By Jason Butina

(November 24, 1993) — A pat on the back from a parent or instructor is nice. A report card packed with As is nicer.


Newspaperman has advice for students

By Amy B. Potts

(November 24, 1993) — The most important thing a student can do is master the fundamentals of writing, John Meyer, a 1973 graduate of the School of Journalism, says.


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