Monthly Archives: November 2012
Story ideas for the last issue(s) of this semester, plus some stuff to start now for those early January issues:
We’re all relieved that the presidential campaign is over, but don’t stop thinking about the election just yet. Election Day raised some interesting questions.
This week’s story idea roundup is all about students, the subject that should be first in the minds of all college media editors. I don’t have quite as many links as usual because I was occupied by the National College Media Convention in Chicago last week, but I make up for it by going on at length (again) about student attitudes toward college.
I was pleasantly surprised Friday by the demand for copies of my “Deed of Ownership” form at the National College Media Convention in Chicago. I promised quite a few students I would post it here. For the benefit of those of you who weren’t with us at the “Assigning Stories Like a Pro” session, I’ll repeat a bit of my explanation of the form.
Like a lot of you, I’m at the National College Media Convention in Chicago. I introduced Cornelia Grumman this morning and wasn’t in a position to live tweet her remarks. But her talk was fantastic and I have a lot of notes I’m going to disgorge now in tweet-like fashion.