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Articles from The Quill (May 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A moment in Beijing: Professor: Chinese students breaking journalism barriers. Bosco, Joseph 851
An American freedom threatened: March 14. Gratz, Irwin 548
Bush administration rejects GAO ruling. Brief Article 158
Computers keep reporters in the office, off their beats. Bugeja, Michael 1168
Curiosity killed the cat, but it can save a reporter. Timbs, Larry 760
Foundation awards recognize excellence; programs reward outstanding editorial writing and efforts to protect First Amendment rights. 334
Freelancers reign supreme over extreme journalism. Hoke, Wendy 812
Good mental health key to success in traumatic job. Kimbrough-Robinson, Carla 577
Having difficulty adjusting to your new job? Get a mentor. Gingery, Derrick 655
House rejects Gannon/Guckert access probe. Brief Article 131
Iraqi press pokes fun at politics. Brief Article 104
Journalism gives us freedom to pursue our passions. Skeel, Joe 896
Journalists organize to fight government secrecy. Brief Article 103
Louisiana newspapers sue for access to 911 tape. Brief Article 142
Member profile. Interview 472
Migration to online news transforming industry. Brief Article 164
Money matters. Brief Article 105
Need to cross language barrier highlighted by contest. Lehrman, Sally 790
News University launches e-learning for journalists. Brief Article 228
Newspaper editor resigns rather than cut staff. Brief Article 131
Newspapers must do a better job of reaching youth. Atkins, Larry 832
No matter what your beat is, be an embedded reporter. Hallman, Tom 889
Prize-winning program. Brief Article 119
Project watchdog partners with preview forum. Young, Nerissa 516
Reporter used blogs to attack Kerry's campaign. 186
Senator: FCC should investigate 'fake news'. Brief Article 139
Senators propose to study FOI Act. Brief Article 193
SPJ announces the 2004 Green Eyeshade Award finalists: April 14. Gratz, Irwin Brief Article 178
SPJ announces the 2004 Sigma Delta Chi Award winners: April 15. Gratz, Irwin 222
SPJ condemned use of VNRs long before latest scandals. Brown, Fred 816
SPJ revitalizing role as journalism educator. Gratz, Irwin 839
Student journalists face constant FOI obstacles. Brief Article 130
Study says media censored war coverage. Brief Article 107
Sunshine Week helps public meet everyday FOI heroes. Campbell, Joel 1185
Tragedy rekindles reasons for leaving journalism. Natenberg, Tom 1368
Training on the go: bring professional development programs into your newsroom with SPJ. Brief Article 216
TV reporter may have aided prosecutors. Brief Article 135
Writing-wise, it's best to avoid clumsy suffixes and prefixes. Larocque, Paula 856
Xtreme journalists: getting tired of the same old newsroom routine? Maybe some of these people can help. Quill recently conducted Q&A's with 10 "extreme" media members. The goal was to find 10 people with interesting, and sometimes dangerous, jobs that break the mold of the traditional journalist. Interview 11753

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