An online editor reflects on journalism ethics

By Melissa Nunez Every morning when Eugene Driscoll, the editor of the Valley Independent Sentinel, unlocks his office door, the first thing he sees is the code of ethics from the Society of Professio...

Photojournalism student work

The students in Assistant Professor Vern Williams’ fall 2016 Photojournalism class produced multimedia slideshows of their work. Carl Jordan Castro profiled Make Haven, while Melissa Nunez detai...

Capstone students present work

The students in the Journalism Capstone course presented their final projects at a public forum Monday, Dec. 12 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Students shared their reporting on Connecticut families that...

Journalism alumni share advice with students

Journalists of the future will need to help the public discern truth from fiction. That was some of the advice from about 20 alumni of the Southern Connecticut State University Journalism Department, ...

Campaign 2016: It’s complicated

Cindy Simoneau, chair of the Journalism Department, moderated the panel discussion during a university forum on the presidential campaign Oct. 18. The forum, titled “Campaign 2016: It’s Co...

Journey to the Bottom of the n-Word

Professor Frank Harris presented his documentary, Journey to the Bottom of the n-Word, at the Baltimore International Black Film Festival on Oct. 7. He appeared on Maryland Public Radio on Oct. 6 to t...