Journalistic Ethics: The Pentagon Story

I’ve just re-read the NYT scathing expose of the massive PR machine that is the Bush/Rumsfeld Pentagon, and I’m struck (yet again) at how far removed today’s TV news organizations seem to be from what I believe to be core journalistic ethics: transparency and the absolute avoidance of the appearance of conflict of interest. I […]

Graduate Student Inspiration

Yet another YouTube Challenge: this one from the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. The charge? Change the Word in 1 minute! A UW student won with his short on immigration, and a Seattle U student took third for his statement on human trafficking. Second place went to a Grand Valley State […]