Watergate Editor to Speak About Experience, Legacy of Landmark Story

Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 14, 2007) — Harry M. Rosenfeld, the Washington Post city editor who oversaw the history-making Watergate investigation, will speak about his experience with the legendary story at 4 p.m., Thursday, March 8, in Fisher Auditorium at the Missouri School of Journalism. The Watergate scandal began as a routine story in June 1972 … Continued

Master’s Students Win First Place in Page Society Competition

Columbia, Mo. (March 27, 2006) — For the second consecutive year, a student team from the Missouri School of Journalism took first place in the Case Study Competition in Corporate Communications sponsored by the Arthur W. Page Society and the Institute for Public Relations. Master’s students Yuliya Melnyk and Moushumi Anand, with faculty adviser María Len-Ríos, took top honors in … Continued

Journalism Students’ Work Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 8, 2005) — A 23-year-old murder case, inconsistent witness testimony and a three-year feud between the daughters of the victim and the convicted murderer – those were the facts presented to the first-ever criminal justice writing/reporting class at the Missouri School of Journalism in the spring of 2005. Led by Steve Weinberg, … Continued