At the Education Writers Association conference this weekend, President Joseph E. Aoun described a fundamental change facing higher education today: who the system’s learners really are.
Dan Kennedy, an assistant professor of journalism, examines Rolling Stone’s decision to put alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s photo on its newest issue’s cover and the public outrage that followed.
Stephen Burgard, chair of the School of Journalism, examines the leak of classified NSA documents pertaining to government surveillance programs and what it means for the future of journalism.
Lucas Schoeppner, Lauren Byrnes, and Hollis Thomann have earned the prestigious scholarships and will travel to study, conduct research, and teach in Germany.
Shelley Murphy, a journalist for The Boston Globe, co-wrote a new book on the notorious gangster, who was captured in 2011 after 16 years on the lam.
Fifth-year journalism major Anthony Savvides stepped outside his comfort zone for co-op with a hyperlocal online newspaper in Italy.
Journalism major Sarah Moomaw is one of four student sportswriters to earn an Associated Press Sports Editors Scholarship this summer.
Young Kim, a journalism and media and screen studies combined major, is on co-op in New York with one of the country’s top TV newsrooms.
Michele Richinick, who graduated in May with a degree in journalism, turned a co-op with NBC News into a full-time job with the network.
Sixteen journalism students traveled to Jordan to report on the Middle East through a Dialogue of Civilizations program.
A journalism student has spent the last year working at Vogue magazine, turning her co-op and internship into a full-time summer job.
Stephen Burgard, chair of Northeastern’s School of Journalism, explains how the Watergate scandal, which marks its 40th anniversary on Sunday, has influenced a generation of journalists.