News & Commentary

Discovering honky-tonk heaven

Chipsters Brennon Dixson, Valeria Merino and Aleanna Siacon explore the honky-tonk scene in downtown Nashville, Tenn., for their multimedia assignment during CQS orientation in May 2017.
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Tootsie’s: a Nashville tourist attraction that lures aspiring country stars

Chipsters Brennon Dixson, Valeria Merino and Aleanna Siacon explore the honky-tonk scene in downtown Nashville, Tenn., for their multimedia assignment during CQS orientation in May 2017.
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Taking on Tootsie’s

Chipsters Brennon Dixson, Valeria Merino and Aleanna Siacon explore the honky-tonk scene in downtown Nashville, Tenn., for their multimedia assignment during CQS orientation in May 2017.
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Ten Ethics Lessons From the #MeToo Movement in Media — and Beyond

Power Shift Project

Jill Geisler, Newseum Institute fellow and leader of the Power Shift Project, on the mistakes that enable sexual misconduct in the workplace.
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NHL playoffs run a boon for newspaper vendor?

One vendor of Nashville’s street newspaper hoped for a bump in business during the National Hockey League Stanley Cup Playoffs in Tennessee’s capital in May. View the multimedia pieces of 2017 Chipsters Julieta Martinelli and J. Gabriel Ware.
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‘Clinecasso’: Musings on life, art and selling newspapers

One vendor of Nashville’s street newspaper hoped for a bump in business during the National Hockey League Stanley Cup Playoffs in Tennessee’s capital in May. View the multimedia pieces of 2017 Chipsters Julieta Martinelli and J. Gabriel Ware.
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Newseum to Host Program With Student Journalists From Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

The Eagle Eye journalists will be in Washington, D.C., to attend the “March for Our Lives” rally on March 24.
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Are Students Losing Their Free Speech Rights?

March For Our Lives

The Supreme Court decided that students had First Amendment rights in 1969–but since then schools and courts have lost much of that respect for student free speech.
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Podcast: Reporting as a Survivor

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Four student journalists at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School describe the experience of reporting on the shooting that occurred at their own school.
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Federal Appeals Court Applies Ministerial Exception Broadly – Even to Secular Employer

The former hospital chaplain at New York Methodist Hospital (NYMH) can’t pursue his race and religious discrimination claims, because a divided federal appeals court has ruled he is barred by
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