Fraternities love to tell college journalists, “You’re not better than us!” They’re wrong. Journalists are WAY better.
Only j-school professors do. Their students don’t know who Frank Sinatra is – er, was.
A graphic look at the demise of the nation’s largest college newspaper. And one of the smallest.
Are college newspapers really dying? Or are they just committing suicide?
If you run a college newspaper that’s running out of money, win a free visit from a sales expert.
I’ll pay college journalists to write about unpaid internships.
College journalists suck at social media campaigns.
A Pennsylvania legislator publicly attacks a college journalist – and gets taught a lesson he refuses to learn.
He just lost his federal court case and won’t get his job back. But now he can teach the conspiracy class he’s always wanted.
How do you convert a PhD communications professor into a conspiracy theorist? Ignore him.
And teaching hospitals won’t save them.
College students hate me when I don’t volunteer my time to make their lives better.
Once the scourge of the South, America’s original terrorists are now writing letters to college newspapers, begging for some peace, love, and understanding.
How does a public university fire an unpaid volunteer from a student newspaper? Not very well.
Yes, Virginia, there still are journalism jobs out there.
I serve on SPJ’s national board. This is called crapping where you eat.
Daily Show writers know more about the news than daily journalists. Who’s fake now?
You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water on a newspaper, it becomes unreadable.
If you don’t think your parents understand you, try discussing journalism with your college administrators.
Next time college administrators say your paper sucks, tell ’em to go fukc themselves.
Here’s a reverse-clickbait headline: You WILL believe number one. But the others probably never occurred to you.
Not sure if yours sucks? Study the signs.
If you want a journalism job, don’t listen to your journalism school.