Global News Blog: In Mexico, Covering the News is Dangerous Business

May 9, 2009 · Comments Off 

CNN is reporting that they sent a team of reporters into Camargo, Mexico, which is in the heart of the drug war. Reporters are claiming that any kind of news investigation is extremely dangerous and getting inside information about the drug war is incredibly challenging.

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Global News Blog: Mexican Journalist Censored by Death

May 7, 2009 · 1 Comment 

On May 3rd, people around the world celebrated Press Freedom Day with the support of the international NGO Reporters Without Borders. Ironically, this same day Mexican journalist Carlos Ortega Melo Samper was murdered outside his home.

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Luby’s Cafeteria Finds Upside in Down Economy

May 6, 2009 · Comments Off 

Luby’s Inc. restaurant is not immune to the failing economy. However, there is one bit of good news for the company–its culinary contract services doubled income in one year.

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Student Affairs Still Thriving Despite Withering Wall Street

May 6, 2009 · Comments Off 

Although budget cuts and careful spending are prevalent at many organizations due to the economy, the Student Affairs division at Southern Methodist University hasn’t felt as much as a negative impact.

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VIDEO: Rise and Shine SMU

May 4, 2009 · Comments Off 

Lucy Scott’s Broadcast News Seminar class produced a thirty minute morning show as their final project for the class.

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Bar Manager Irked at Street Name Change

May 4, 2009 · Comments Off 

Phillip Leitch, general manager of Across the Street Bar, is unhappy with the recent street name change of Yale Boulevard to SMU Boulevard. Hear his point of view in this audio slideshow by student reporter Holly Roberts.

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Dude, Where Are My Reading Days?

May 4, 2009 · Comments Off 

This semester, there’s just one day between the last day of classes and the first day of exams. After speaking with students and school officials, student reporter Mari Montogomery has the scoop on what happened to all those much-loved reading days.

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Final Weeks of Etruscan Exhibit

May 3, 2009 · Comments Off 

The Etruscan exhibit at the Meadows Museum will be open until May 17. Whitney Branson provides an audio slideshow, highlighting some of the art that is featured in the exhibit.

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VIDEO: Career Center in Demand

May 3, 2009 · Comments Off 

Reporter Ben Briscoe finds that more students are seeking job advice from the Hegi Family Career Development Center during these uncertain economic times.

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Audio Slideshow by Whitney Branson

May 3, 2009 · 1 Comment 

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