Bruce Benson.Last August, CU journalism school dean Paul Voakes insisted that reports about the impending death of the J-school were hysterical and premature. Not anymore. Yesterday, at the urging of CU prez Bruce Benson, regents voted for a shutdown by a 5-4 vote -- one closer than anticipat ... More >>
Paul Voakes.Nothing gets journalists more hysterical than perceived attacks on journalism. It's no surprise, then, that an announcement the University of Colorado at Boulder was considering discontinuing its journalism school in favor of a new media entity prompted big play for panicky pieces ... More >>
Amy Herdy. Journalist Amy Herdy has jumped from place to place in recent years. Her first job in this market was as a reporter for the Denver Post -- but she left that position to take a behind-the-scenes role at 9News, as documented in the 2007 Message column "Life Swap." From there, she shift ... More >>
A contentious faculty meeting points to independence for CU-Boulder's student newspaper — but at what cost?
A controversial column by firebrand student Max Karson sparks bureaucratic wrangling and political infighting at CU-Boulder.
Some of newspapering's best and brightest are trading journalism for academia — including three Pulitzer winners hired at CU.
CU student journalists feel they were kept in the dark about changes at their publication. Talk about a real-world lesson.
The Karr fiasco is over, but Michael Tracey's quest for unlikely suspects in the Ramsey case goes on and on.