Friday, September 14, 2012


Rodney Dangerfield

“When I was about to graduate from college, one of my English professors, who apparently thought well of me, called me to his office. He said, ‘I believe that you have some ability to write and I am therefore most depressed to learn that you have decided to go into journalism.’”
  —Everett S. Allen (1916-1990), veteran journalist and winner of the first Distinguished Writing Award of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, 1978  

• Editorial Comment: Let’s not even talk about what my math professors said....

• Yesterday’s WORD: Did you miss yesterday’s WORDs on the myth of the liberal journalist, from Ted Koppel? Click here.  

News from our award-winning student news site, The Hard News Café   
Democratic guv candidate Cooke: ‘Take back control of your state’, by D. Whitney Smith
We remember: 11 years later, wounds of 9/11 still fresh in U.S. culture, by Natasha Bodily
Aggie journalists to report Oct. 3 on Ethiopia’s hope, heartbreak
Waste bin trashers in N. Logan can be fined $1,000, council says, by Jessica Sonderegger
Nibley resets public hearing on electronic signs for Sept. 26, by Danielle Manley
 • Logan, Utah, makes top-10 (we’re #3!) list of best college towns in U.S., by Ted Pease
‘Meet the weirdos,’ dean urges students at USU opening event, by D. Whitney Smith
Aggie journalism prof’s Washington Post article foreshadows Ethiopian leader’s death, by Matthew D. LaPlante
Aggie Reports from Ethiopia: Olympic Dreams, Empty Pockets, by Danielle Manley
Joe’s boat bursts into flames—in his driveway! video by Ted Pease

PeezPIX by Ted Pease


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