Fake classes and suspicious subsidies: Tips for investigating your college campus

By Kaitlin Washburn Craig Flournoy, a journalism professor at the University of Cincinnati, recognizes the courage it takes for a student to do investigative reporting on the college he or she is attending. “It is a risk…to criticize the hand that signs your paycheck or that hands you your diploma,” Flournoy said. Marcelo Rochabrun did…

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IRE Preview: Hone your campus coverage skills with our lineup of pros

Screen shot from Walt Bogdanich’s New York Times story on a flawed rape case at Florida State University IRE is expanding its vast panel lineup for our national conference in San Francisco to include sessions specially-designed for student journalists and others who cover college campuses and higher education issues. The track will cover topics such…

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Hotel deadline extended for Orlando conference

IRE has worked with the Renaissance Orlando Resort at Sea World to extend the deadline to receive a discounted rate on rooms. Conference attendees have until May 20 to book a room at the discounted rate, or until our room block is full (whichever comes first). The room block has sold out prior to the…

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