Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1985-86

Moved to London

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Gary Putka, 75, has been transferred from the New York staff of The Wall Street Journal to its London, England, bureau


Edits Book On Asian Press Law

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Abdul Razak, holder of a masters degree from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, has served as general editor of the first book ever published on Asian press law and systems.


Summit Coverage

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — These two grads were part of the ABC Television team that assisted Peter Jennings in coverage of the Reagan-Gorbachev Geneva summit.


SPJ NAMES Athens Magazine best in Nation

By Lisa Schumacher

(March 22, 1986) — A number of events affecting the 1985-86 Athens Magazine will present opportunities for positive change and the continued improvement quite a feat for the publication named by the Society of professional Journalists as 1984s best student magazine


Magazine Seminar Intensive

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Specialized Business Magazines in the 21st Century, concerned a group of about 40 OU undergraduate and graduate students in special sessions in Athens with executives of some 80 business and trade magazines.


Guest Speakers Enrich Classes

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Each quarter teachers invite guests to speak to their classes and advisors of student organizations ask guest speakers to present programs at the meetings of the organizations.


Columnist, Policy Maker for The Chicago Tribune

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Those acquainted with Clarence Page on the Ohio University campus during the stormy years of the late 1960s knew then that he was not a person who simply watched the action.


Students Learn Through Travel

By Anjana Choudhary

(March 22, 1986) — Dr. Ralph Kliesch and 14 students traveled to three media capitals of the world New York, Paris and London- in December on the sixth annual Communications Capitals of the World Study Tour.


Veteran Newsman Dead at 72

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — John Weber, veteran Southeastern Ohio Newspaperman, died Dec. 28 in a Columbus hospital, 10 days after surgery.


Receives First Amendment Award

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — The City Club of Cleveland was the second recipient of the Schools First Amendment Award for contributions to freedom of speech and the press by a non-journalist.


Wilhelm Lectures At Aspen Institute

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — John Wilhelm, dean emeritus, will be lecturing on mass communication before an Aspen Institute conference on film arts and communication in January.


Freelances in Holland

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Pam Williams, '84, is a freelance correspondent in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where she represents Advertising Age, Electronic Media, Focus Magazine (Crains European Marketing Magazine), and Business International.


Toledo Blade Rep

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Joe Hallett, 71, heads the Columbus bureau of The Toledo Blade.


Curriculum Undergoing Major Overhaul

By Connie McPherson

(March 22, 1986) — Its been a long process, but faculty members in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism are in the final stages of a three-year plan to update and broaden the curriculum of the journalism program and sequence areas.


Newman in Australia

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Worldwalker Steven Newman, 77, has been writing about his adventures for Capitol, Sunday magazine of The Columbus Dispatch.


Internship Program Expands

By Susan M. Isola

(March 22, 1986) — After the lessons are learned, students begin looking to add job experience to their resumes, and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has taken steps to make this search easier for its students.


Shares Experience of Chinese Press With OU Students

By Kate Rhodenbaugh

(March 22, 1986) — Chinese journalism at its best is represented this year at Ohio University.


Says Hong Kong Students 'A Delight' to Instruct

By Sandra Haggerty

(March 22, 1986) — Working with the Hong Kong Baptist College journalism students has been a delight.


Shipwreck Story Sale Helps Keep Grad Student Afloat

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Using a query letter technique learned in a magazine feature writing class, a graduate student sold a feature story about the sinking of the lake freighter Edmund Fitzgerald to three Great Lakes Newspapers.


Columbus Dispatch Haven For Former OU Students

By Mary Ann Striffler Edwards

(March 22, 1986) — More than 30 staff members in The Columbus Dispatch editorial and advertising departments have ties to OU.


Sauter Runs CBS News

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Van Gordon Sauter, 57, has been reappointed president of CBS News, a position he held from 1981 to 1983.


Four Students Awarded WICI Scholarships

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Four E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students have been awarded scholarships this year by Women in Communications, Inc.


Washington Writers

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Rudy Maxa, 71, formerly of The Washington Post, is a columnist of for Washington Magazine.


Joins Fairfax Journal

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Julie Brienza, 83, has joined the staff of the Fairfax, Va. Journal.


Joins Chardon Paper

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Cathy Suttman, 83, is a staff reporter for the Geauga Times-Leader in Chardon, Ohio.


Works in Arizona

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Candace S. Hughes, 81, has been a reporter and freelance writer in Arizona since leaving the University.


Scholarship Named for Ernest Cady

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — The board of directors of the Central Ohio Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, has named the 1986 scholarship for an Ohio University journalism student in honor of Ernest Cady.


PRSSA Sponsors Lasher Farewell

By Debbie Rosso

(March 22, 1986) — Two and a half college generations ago, When every journalism student was someone none of you know The School of Journalism moved into Lasher Hall, Thrilled with a building that wasnt an old newspaper plant at all. As we leave, lets give this good old place a kiss And list assets that were sure to miss.


Scripps Hall Dedication Set for May 2

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — May 2 has been selected for the dedication ceremonies for E.W. Scripps Hall.


Cortland Anderson

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Director Victim of Cancer


School Occupies New Facilities

By Sharon Hatfield

(March 22, 1986) — Nearly 900 undergraduate and graduate students are now attending winter quarter classes in spacious E.W. Scripps Hall, the newly renovated home of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.


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.


100 Scholarships Total $85,000

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Journalism students at Ohio University are enjoying a profitable year for scholarships and other monetary awards.


Two Join Faculty

By Anilda Carrasquillo

(March 22, 1986) — Two new faculty membersone with research and international communication credentials, the other with broadcasting backgroundjoined the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at the beginning of the fall quarter.


PRSSA Chapter Living Fast

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Life in the fast lane describes not only the fast-paced life of public relations professionals, but also the many activities of the Hugh M. Culbertson chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America.


Contributing Editor For U.S. Banker

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Dennis Holder, MSJ 72, has returned to Washington after five years in Japan as Far Eastern editor of the U.S. Banker


Skur Joins Staff Of Advertising Age

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Julie Skur, 83, has moved from Cleveland to Chicago after her recent wedding.


SPJ-SDX's Highest Honor Awarded to Ralph Izard

By Laralyn Sasaki

(March 22, 1986) — When Ralph Izard, journalism professor at Ohio University, won the highest honor given by the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, his past and his present were there to mark the event.


Student-Operated News Bureau Provides Service, Experience

By Edwin B. Lake

(March 22, 1986) — Sally Walters is emphatic when she speaks of the work of her students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalisms News Bureau.


Retires as VFW Editor

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — With the December 1985 issue of The Ohio VFW News, Dr. Norman H. Dohn retired as its editor after 27 years.


Faculty Does More Than Teach

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Members of the faculty of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism consider teaching their primary responsibility.


Seeks Excellence Grant

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is an entrant in the Ohio Board of Regents Program Excellence competition, which recognizes and rewards high quality academic programs at state-assisted colleges and universities.


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.


Visiting Polish Professor Examines First Amendment

By Marta Mills

(March 22, 1986) — These 44 simple, but incredibly powerful, words comprising the First Amendment are at the very fabric of American freedoms.


Postie Reunion May 1-3

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — The weekend of May 1-3 has been chosen by The Post Alumni Association for its somewhat-erratic-but-usually-biennial reunion.


Production Manager

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Debra Dawn Mullin, 83, is production manager for Construction News Magazine, a weekly trade publication which is produced in Little Rock, Ark., and covers a five-state area.


Service Representative For Recovery Center

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Mary Dohn Sargent, 72, is community service representative for Brookwood Recovery Center, Columbus.


With UPI in LA

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Julie Benson, 83, is a sraff correspondent in the Los Angeles bureau of UPI.


Tributes, Remembrances Offered

By Staff

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


Report on Ship Hijacking, Mexico Earthquake, Summit

By Nick Blizzard

(March 22, 1986) — It may appear to be only a three-credit course, but some of its more than 80 alumni have helped report such international events as the recent earthquake in Mexico, the Geneva summit meeting between the United States and the Soviet Union, apartheid in South Africa and the hijacking of the Achille Lauro.


TelAviv AP Chief Praises Interns

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Let me say it has been a pleasure to work with the Ohio University interns who have been assigned to the AP bureau in Israel.


Describes Coverage Of Mexico Earthquake

By Teresa Kramer

(March 22, 1986) — On the morning of Sept. 19, I was recovering from the late evening shift (at UPI), safe asleep in my hometucked way in the mountains circling the enormous metropolis.


Hijacking Incident Learning Experience

By Lisa Abraham

(March 22, 1986) — The Achille Lauro was hijacked on a Monday, at the start of my fourth week of work.


Internship Sponsors

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — The foreign internships are financed by a group of friends of Ohio University originally approached by John Wilhelm to help with the program.


Flashes from Classes Winter 1986

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — What are alumni doing now?


Says J-School Good Beginning

By Duane Meyers

(March 22, 1986) — Its been a little more than 18 months since I said goodbye to my Bobcat buddies at Ohio University and ventured out into the real world of newspaper journalism.


Seamanship His Specialty

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — As the students say, There is life after Athens.


Klein Joins Staff Of Florida Governor

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Ken Klein, 77, has joined the staff of Florida Governor Robert Graham, who will be running for a U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Paula Hawkins.


Marketing Director For New Publication

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Charles Wilhelm, 76, has been named marketing director for Crains New York Business, a new publication in New York City.


Swardson Staff Writer For Washington Post

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Ann Swardson, 77, has moved from The Dallas Morning News Washington bureau to staff writer for The Washington Post.


Former Interns Goal: Return to Washington

By Steve Zarate

(March 22, 1986) — Heather Hatfield wants to be back in Washington, D.C.


Five Buckeyes Become Texans

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Four recent graduates are staff members of The Houston Post.


Radio/TV Critic

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — A former OU Post editor, John Kieswetter, 75, is radio/television writer for the Cincinnati Enquirer.


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