Emily J. Sullivan, Class of 2020 journalism alumna and mother of the world’s most bubbly twins, has been making a name for herself in the world of journalism, with bylines in publications including The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter, and more.
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The Los Angeles Times published an apology Sept. 27 for its failures in accurately covering issues of racial disparity and its own history of racism within the organization, showcasing the need to have diversity in the newsroom.
University of La Verne’s journalism students and recent alumni cleaned up in this year’s Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence awards.
The monumental milestone the Campus Times recently celebrated is an ode to the publications dedication to storytelling and the pursuit of the truth.
The #MeToo Movement finally gave a voice to the women who were silenced for decades by powerful men in Hollywood. But the stories that started the movement, would have come out sooner had they not been silenced by broadcast networks such as NBC and ABC.
Michael Barbaro, host of the New York Times podcast “The Daily” that attracts 2 million listeners per day, talked about the ever adapting world of journalism, at Scripps College Tuesday.
Six University of La Verne students and recent alumni won a total of seven first- and second-place awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence western regional contest recognizing college journalism published in 2018.
Belva Davis discussed her life as the first African American newscaster on the West Coast and her journey as a journalist Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Journalists are under attack and it is because of the fighting words against them from our very own president.
Last month the U.S. Senate unanimously adopted a resolution that proclaimed: “The press is not the enemy of the state,” despite our current president’s continuous attempts to instill fear of the press.