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Articles from The Quill (June 1, 2002)

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'Nightline' to remain in current time slot. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 252
A powerful experiment: Civic Journalism has made a lasting impact on American journalism. Cross, Al Editorial 1415
A story that makes a bond. (Column Writing). Whitaker, Vicky Katz 1401
Annual banquet recognizes recipient of Eugene C. Pulliam Editorial Fellowship. Brief Article 406
Better sources make better coverage: it's easy to only seek out sources that reflect our own demographics. (Varying the Voice). Lehrman, Sally 1639
Bryant Gumbel has decided to leave his post as anchor of "The Early Show" on CBS. (People & Places). Brief Article 180
CBS finds new affiliate in Jacksonville. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 193
Censorship is no laughing matter: restricting student speech is sending the wrong message. (Developing Minds). Lamb, Chris Brief Article 742
Change is a sign of service. (Public Service). Mauro, Tony 3971
Controversy surrounds Russian network bid. (In-Brief). Brief Article 168
Corbin Wyant, publisher of the Naples (Fla.) Daily News since 1985. (People & Places). Brief Article 120
Court finds TV 'eight voices rule' arbitrary. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 295
Critics say energy Info is missing. (In-Brief). Brief Article 294
Daytime talk-show pioneer Phil Donahue is returning to television. (People & Places). Brief Article 162
Deaths. Brief Article 905
Editor says Enron offered him job. (In-Brief). Brief Article 195
Emerson College chapter wins campus award. (Chapter Briefs). Brief Article 115
Ethics week will promote Society's mission: grant will help make journalism ethics a national discussion. (Weighing the Impacts). Brown, Fred Brief Article 917
Financial journalist Louis Rukeyser. (People & Places). Brief Article 248
Five named to Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame. (Chapter Briefs). Brief Article 395
Follow the whole story. (Continuous Coverage). Cacas, Max 3449
Former student editor indicated in $50,00 theft. (In-Brief). Brief Article 205
Going beyond headlines. (Documentaries). Veraldi, Lorna 1954
Good features use narrative. (Feature Reporting). Poling, Travis E. 3347
Good journalism makes award-winning blueprints: look for valuable lessons in the work of the 2001 Sigma Delta Chi award winners. (From the Editor). Mohl, Jeff Brief Article 716
Historians criticize Bush's policy. (In-Brief). Brief Article 205
Howell Raines, who has served just nine months as executive editor of The New York Times. (People & Places). Brief Article 126
Investigations offer service. (Investigative Reporting). McQueen, Mike 4028
Jane Scott. (People & Places). Brief Article 130
Judges allow cameras in murder cases. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 247
KOMU-TV policy cited in proposed cuts. (In-Brief). Brief Article 214
Lack of training is top complaint. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 126
McBrayer served Society, profession. Obituary 237
Me myself and I: the problem with pronouns; a few simple rules can help eliminate typical confusion. (Mastering the Art). LaRocque, Paula Editorial 852
Mike Wallace, who turned 84 in May, says that next fall he will severely reduce his involvement with "60 Minutes," the CBS news magazine that he helped start in 1968. (People & Places). Brief Article 291
Mug/coaster set now available exclusively for chapter gifts. (A Look Back at SPJ). 150
N.Y. Post to get JonBenet files. (In Brief). Brief Article 185
Negotiating for electronic records: doing your homework will help get the data you need. LaFleur, Jennifer Brief Article 964
New justifications for access restrictions: more governments are closing meetings and records to the public. (Collecting Information). Marquand, Ian Brief Article 894
New York Times wins record 7 Pulitzers. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 345
Newsrooms feel heat over Middle East coverage. (In-Brief). Brief Article 338
Questioning our world. (Research about Journalism). Aucoin, James 1344
Society chooses 2002 Pulliam/Kilgore FOI interns. Brief Article 261
SPJ asks UT-Tyler to rehire journalism professor. (Headlines). Brief Article 308
SPJ helps fight FEC rules on candidate debates. (Headlines). Brief Article 291
SPJ helps win open records victory in New Jersey. (Headlines). Brief Article 257
SPJ names 2002 Green Eyeshade Award winners. 1927
SPJ regional conferences focus on wartime, tragedy reporting. (SPJ Regional Conference Wrap-Ups). 2379
SPJ says Israel should stop threatening journalists. (Headlines). Brief Article 346
Standards under pressure. (Deadline Reporting). Wellman, Ferrell 4705
Students admit stealing college newspapers. (In-Brief). Brief Article 236
Supreme Court rejects Leggett's appeal. (Odds & Ends). Brief Article 296
Texas writer Vanessa Leggett. (People & Places). Brief Article 158
The media's role: it's a journalist's job to report the news, but politics and culture bring potentially dangerous challenges to journalists from other countries. (Covering the Globe). Floreancig, Lisa 1558
The power of strong opinion. (Editorials). Cantone, Vic Editorial 1340
Tom Toles, a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist for The Buffalo (N.Y.) News. (People & Places). Brief Article 113
U.S. reporter is shot, wounded in Ramallah. (In-Brief). Brief Article 185

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