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Coronavirus, Events, Featured, Health, Topics Activists demand senators focus on COVID-19 relief, not Supreme Court justice replacement WASHINGTON —Just a few hours after the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s coffin was taken to the Supreme Court to lay in repose for two ... CONTINUE READING Ruth Bader Ginsberg Casket Events, Featured, Topics VIDEO: Justice Ginsburg to lie in repose at the Supreme Court for public viewing Washington -- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s flag draped casket arrived to the Supreme Court on Wednesday morning, where her body will lie in repose for ... CONTINUE READING Events Students Meet with Health Care Leaders and Reporters By Alexis Shanes and Colleen Zewe WASHINGTON - As America’s opioid crisis intensifies, necessitating treatment for more than 20 million people, stakeholders clash on potential solutions. A ... CONTINUE READING Events Medill Washington and National War College students simulate reaction to South China seas war game
On May 10, the National War College, which educates senior military and civilian agency leaders for high-level command and policy ...
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MEDILL ALUM BRIEFS STUDENTS ON EMAIL NEWSLETTERS

MEDILL ALUM BRIEFS STUDENTS ON EMAIL NEWSLETTERS

Students at the Medill D.C. Bureau learned about the ways publications use email newsletters to reach
readers in a direct and personalized way during a talk by New York Times Editor for Digital and
Newsletters Elisabeth Goodridge (MSJ05).

Undergrads get lesson in online headlines

Undergrads get lesson in online headlines

Undergraduate students at the Medill D.C. Bureau attended two labs on online headline writing from Mark Smith, editor for mobile Web at The Washington Post. At the Post, Smith’s job is to implement a strategy to increase mobile web traffic. He said that the ratio of...

Undergrads get lesson in online headlines

Undergraduate students at the Medill D.C. Bureau attended two labs on online headline writing from Mark Smith, editor for mobile Web at The Washington Post. At the Post, Smith’s job is to implement a strategy to increase mobile web traffic. He said that the ratio of...

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Documentary on Duterte’s drug war screened at Medill’s D.C. Bureau

Documentary on Duterte’s drug war screened at Medill’s D.C. Bureau

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the Washington Program of the Medill School of Journalism co-hosted a screening Tuesday of “The Psychological Toll of Duterte’s Drug War,” created by a Medill alumna Pat Nabong about the psychological impact of deaths in the Philippines’ drug war.

Upcoming Events

Military Editors & Reporters Conf.

October 26

Students will attend the Military Editors and Reporters conference.

Julie Pace visits Medill DC

Knowing how to tell stories across several platforms is an essential skill for todays journalists, AP’s Julie Pace told Medill students during a wide-ranging conversation on how news coverage has changed in Washington.

Medill students honored at White House Correspondents’ Dinner

By Carson Brown (BSJ18) on May 5, 2017 Three Medill students received scholarships from the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA). Two of those students were able to attend The White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C. on April 29. Nia Prater and...

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