This issue of The IRE Journal focuses on uncovering new stories on campus. It features tips for using data to dig deeper on campus, explores how a student team found unequal justice in payouts to the wrongly convicted, dives into a yearlong investigation that found failures in the justice system's handling of sex crimes on campus, and tips for using public records to uncover ties to powerful patrons. It also explores a student investigation that uncovered sales of real estate among coaches and athletes and resources to use when investigating college campuses. This issue also features stories about how data skills helped a small paper snag a Pulitzer, how regional airlines have a troubling record on training and safety, and how sex abuse remains tough to track in the Catholic Church despite promises of transparency.
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