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Articles from The Quill (January 1, 2007)

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'Truthiness' picked as word of the year. Brief article 103
A community divided: how one bilingual sports series splintered an Indiana city. Burns, Maria 2944
Always a storyteller: is this the year that you plan on making the leap from a small paper to a mid-sized daily? If so, when you start filling out your resume and preparing for the interview, don't forget to highlight your ability to discover, report and tell a story. Hallman, Tom, Jr. 742
Beware: old articles might be worth cash: keep careful records and surf the Web. You might just find some of your work. Woodress, Fred A.; Umansky, Barry D. 682
Caught up in the chase: "To Catch a Predator," the ratings-grabbing series on "Dateline NBC," appears to have caught on with the public. But it ought to raise questions among ethical journalists. Brown, Fred 697
Chapter Holiday party serves double duty. Brief article 180
Chapters receive grants for Ethics Week programming. 872
Chris Nolan: Chris Nolan of has worked in her share of newsrooms on both coasts. While many in the news business are left scratching their heads and wringing their hands over loss of readers and revenue, this self-described "stand-alone journalist" is excited about the future of news. We'll let her tell you why. Hoke, Wendy A. Interview 1556
Confucius says. Brief article 189
Death of a newscast? Wenger, Debora H. Brief article 166
Death of journalists creates void: black trialblazers Boyd and Bradley leave behind many great lessons. Kimbrough-Robinson, Carla 682
Digital Quill an option for members. Skeel, Joe Editorial 768
Diverse sources make for best stories. Marshall, Jon 644
E-mail results in counseling for public information officer. Brief article 198
Fax of the future? Kevorkian, Andrew Letter to the editor 277
Grappling with diversity & journalistic privilege. Lewis, Andrew 1053
Indianapolis Star Guild says it's fighting for ethics. 163
Industry faces uphill battle on road to diversity. Mariano, Gwendolyn Cover story 1506
Leaders gather to plan SPJ's future. 722
Maine media introduced to New England News Forum. Gratz, Irwin 426
Make a resolution to improve newsrooms. Tatum, Christine 914
Naked men get hype, but little respect: student publications must adhere to strict journalistic standards. Denwalt, Dale, II 695
Paper pulls 'B.C.' comic strip related to Pearl Harbor Day. Brief article 134
President-elect Brewer addresses FCC. Brief article 208
Publisher of L.A. Times writes article about playing squash with Rumsfeld. Brief article 112
Six ways to accentuate access: foster FOI in your newsroom and community during Sunshine Week, March 11-17. Cullier, David 622
SPJ to begin new educational service. Brief article 228
The thriving Spanish-language media--challenges and opportunities. Chepesiuk, Ron Survey 1653
Turkish code opposed by media groups. Swaffield, Bruce Country overview 621
When "balance" really isn't; a little bit of "pro" and a little bit of "con" aren't enough in presenting a complete story. Lehrman, Sally 711
Wordiness quiz: do you think you always write as tight as possible? Try this test to see if you really have mastered the art. LaRoque, Paula 670

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