Student journalists discuss school opening

FRIDAY,  SEPT 4, 2020    (Vol. 2  No. 15) Audio Story: Georgia’s College Journalists Discuss Reporting On The Start Of School Amid The Pandemic (WABE – Atlanta) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s college newspaper made headlines this month when reporters broke the news that several clusters of students living on-campus had testedContinue reading “Student journalists discuss school opening”

Anxious media advisers

FRIDAY,  AUG. 21, 2020    (Vol. 2  No. 6) (Student Press Law Center) Student media advisers say they’re anxious about going back to school during COVID-19 Some student media advisers are scared going into the fall semester—both for their students’ safety, Sarah Verpooten watched as a parent at an Aug. 3 school board meeting advocatedContinue reading “Anxious media advisers”

Student Media Finances

WEDNESDAY,  AUG. 19, 2020    (Vol. 2  No. 4) (Student Press Law Center) Student Media Finances: Resources and Deeper Dives One of the top concerns facing student media is financial durability. If you haven’t yet, we recommend you start by checking out our Student Media Financial Survival Strategies page, where you’ll find ideas and toolsContinue reading “Student Media Finances”