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Real news is about truth, not sensation

Public service journalism demands that we report on relevant hot topics. Sometimes this may involve the mistakes of an organization or individual being cast in the limelight, leading people to ask, “Why are you concerned with my business?” Any fair journalist must be willing to answer this serious question before they take on an issue. An Read More

Trump must respond firmly to Khashoggi murder in consulate

Saudi Arabian journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was killed at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Turkey, and I believe President Donald Trump’s softness in responding to this situation is selfish and a disgrace. One of the primary reasons Trump likely doesn’t want to pressure Saudi Arabia, which is certainly anything but a champion of human Read More

Malaysia campus hosts Troy faculty, students

Virginia Tilley Contributor Five professors and 12 students returned this weekend from a trip to Malaysia, where they had the opportunity to teach and interact with students abroad. In addition to sending students to study abroad each semester, Troy uses its international presence to send teachers to other countries and universities as well. Steve Stewart, an Read More

J-Day invites Alabama high schoolers to learn more about journalism

  Emma Daniel News Editor High school students from all over the state will have a chance to explore the world of student media on Thursday at the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s (HSJC) annual J-Day Journalism Workshop. The annual workshop features different activities attuned to each student’s interest. Participants can choose from multimedia, yearbook Read More