Auburn Plainsman Managing Editor Mikayla Burns was perusing through a regularly delivered physical newspaper to their newsroom, The […]
The American general public doesn’t have a clear understanding on how journalists are under stress and are at-risk as they are banned from meetings, personally threatened, or physically attacked in this country.
By David Baxley, assistant professor, Francis Marion University; president, SPJ South Carolina Alluring white sands accent the South […]
By Marquis Holmes, SPJ Region 3 fall intern and senior at Kennesaw State University. He is also the […]
COMMENTARY Editor’s Note: Friday, August 3, 2018 – “White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders: The White House is […]
Project South was founded as the Institute to Eliminate Poverty & Genocide in 1986. Their work is rooted […]
COMMENTARY Journoterrorist By Michael Koretzky WANTED: A reporter to cover just one city council meeting in Paint Rock, […]