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April 2015
•  From the President
•  On the Edge of Ethics
•  Verily, Verily, it’s Time to Verify
•  Dori Maynard: A legacy of fierce love
•  Ten with Jose Antonio Vargas
•  Member Profile: Chris Vaccaro
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox

February 2015
•  From the President
•  When the story IS about you
•  Getting Women Into the Game
•  Ten with Mike Pesca
•  Member Profile: Genevieve Belmaker
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox

December 2014
•  From the President
•  Ten with Melody Joy Kramer
•  Intro: New Year, New You
•  New Year, New You: Master the Art of the Side Project
•  New Year, New You: Getting Into Podcasting
•  New Year, New You: Having Kids
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Generation-J Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox

October 2014
•  From the President
•  Ultimate Risk: Remembering James Foley and Steven Sotloff
•  Female on the Front Lines
•  Always Question a FERPA Exemption
•  Ten with Jason Leopold
•  Member Profile: April Dudash
•  Chapter News
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox

September 2014
•  From the President
•  Codifying A New Code of Ethics
•  Code of Ethics Revision: What's Up and What Has Changed
•  New Code of Ethics Not Ready for Prime Time
•  Seriously, It’s Time to Get Serious About The Serial Comma (And Other Style Gripes)
•  Ten with Kara Swisher
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox

June 2014
•  What It Takes To Win
•  This Is How the Internet Works (And Why You Need To Know)
•  Ten with John Tlumacki
•  Member Profile - David Bulla
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Obituaries - Richard Leonard and Scott Schmedel
•  Obituaries - Richard Leonard and Scott Schmedel
•  From the President

April 2014
•  From the President
•  Ten with Liz Wahl
•  Citizen Code
•  Says Who?
•  Member Profile: Lindsey Cook
•  Guidelines on Anonymous Sources
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Revising the Code of Ethics: What’s going on?
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox

February 2014
•  From the President
•  Ten with David Folkenflik
•  Member Profile - Samaruddin Stewart
•  You (Yes, You) Are Smart Enough To Code
•  Why Not (apply for a fellowship)?
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox

December 2013
•  From the President
•  Ten with Samantha Grant
•  Trouble On Our Doorstep
•  The Life, Death and Legend of Ambrose Bierce
•  Excerpts from Ambrose Bierce's 'Devil's Dictionary'
•  Member Profile: Reggie Stuart
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox

October 2013
•  From the President
•  There Goes the Sun
•  Edward Snowden: The New Brand of Whistle-Blower?
•  Data Journalism for a Database Age
•  Ten with Jim Avila and Lucy Dalglish
•  Member Profile: David Cuillier
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox

September 2013
•  From the President
•  Erasing the Record, One Story at a Time
•  When Race is Relevant
•  Best Practices for Minimizing Your Digital Security Risk
•  Ten with Kai Ryssdal
•  Obituaries - Bert Bostrom and Anne Nunamaker
•  Member Profile: Alexa Schirtzinger
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox

June 2013
•  From the President
•  After Boston, Still Learning
•  Ten with Todd Melby
•  Member Profile: Sean Carberry
•  Remembering Robert S. McCord
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Chapter News - FIU Photo Contest

April 2013
•  From the President
•  Drone Journalism: Is Resistance Futile?
•  Ethics Case Studies
•  Case Study: The Pirates and the Press
•  Case Study: Naming Victims of Sex Crimes
•  What's Your Personal Code of Ethics?
•  Ten with Erin Polgreen
•  Member Profile: Jason Parsley
•  Letters to the Editor
•  Obituary: James R. Yoder
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox

February 2013
•  From the President
•  The Tricky Business of Work-Life Balance
•  Five Tips for Journalists Doing Data Visualization
•  Ten with Shane Snow
•  South Florida program teaches obit writing with contest
•  Remembering Gene Slaymaker, Indiana broadcast pioneer
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox

December 2012
•  From the President
•  Epiphanies: The Power and Purpose of Journalism
•  Your Journalism Career and Degree: Worth It?
•  A Journalism Career Still Worth Fighting For
•  Is J-School Necessary? A View From Across the Pond
•  Questioning the J-School Choice
•  Tips for Would-Be Podcasters
•  Member Profile - Jennifer Peebles
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox

November 2012
•  Love of Many Kinds: A Journalist's View of Conflicting Responsibilities During the Israel-Gaza Conflict

October 2012
•  From the President
•  From the Outgoing President
•  Ten with Kristinn Hrafnsson
•  Is There a Fundamental Right to ... Information?
•  Good Night, GRAMA
•  Lessons from the GRAMA Fight
•  Profile: Utah State Ombudsman Rosemary Cundiff
•  Member Profile - Laura Amico of Homicide Watch
•  Chapter News
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox

August 2012
•  We Own the Future of the News
•  Will the 'M' in Mobile Stand for Money?
•  Mobile Reporting 101
•  Shields Up In Indian Country
•  From the President
•  Ten with Sally Jenkins
•  Obituary: Robert D.G. Lewis
•  Member Profile: Jeremy Steele
•  Chapter News
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Gen-J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox

June 2012
•  From the President
•  Member Profile - Sarah Stuteville
•  Gen-J Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox

April 2012
•  From the President
•  Ten with Jim Asendio
•  Member Profile - Jerry Roberts
•  On the Ground: Ethics in Haiti
•  Ethics Position Papers
•  Chapter News
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Gen J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox

February 2012
•  From the President
•  Quill at 100
•  For Love of Community
•  Reflections from Wheat Country
•  10 from Ten
•  Member Profile - Austin Kiplinger
•  Egyptian Press Struggles For Its Own Revolution
•  Global Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Government Relations Toolbox

December 2011
•  From the President
•  Ten with Eric Deggans
•  Convention News - 2011
•  Obituaries - Jean Otto and Erwin Boll
•  Profiling the President
•  When Bad is Good: 10 Improbable Champions of the First Amendment
•  Mark Briggs on ‘Entrepreneurial Journalism’
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox

October 2011
•  From the President
•  Ten with Jesse Eisinger
•  A Decade Later: 9/11 and Freedom of Information
•  Blowin’ the Whistle, Rollin’ the Dice
•  Tip Sheet: Working with Whistleblowers
•  Member Profile: Barbara Ford
•  Chapter News - Sept/Oct
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox

August 2011
•  From the President
•  Ten with Stephanie McMillan
•  Member Profile - Sheri Fink
•  Obituary – Lily Pagratis Venson
•  Chapter and SPJ News
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox

June 2011
•  From the President
•  A Special Note from the President-Elect
•  Ten - with Andre Malok and Amy Ellis Nutt
•  Member Profile - Shannon Farhoud
•  Call for Board Candidates
•  Letters to the Editor
•  And the Shutter Stood Still
•  (Not So) United
•  It’s All About the Training: Get What You Want, When You Want It
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox

April 2011
•  Gone But Not Forgotten: Ethics Guidelines From Phil Record
•  From the President
•  Member Profile - Samuel Goldman
•  Ten - with Fake AP Stylebook Founders
•  Chapter News
•  Obituary - Richard Goehler
•  Should SPJ Update the Code of Ethics?
•  21st-Century Journalism Requires 21st-Century Code
•  The Current Code is Inclusive and Flexible
•  What-Who-Why-How: Using SPJ's New Ethics Book
•  Keeping Up With Changing Terms
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words and Language Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox

February 2011
•  Revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia Test Press Freedoms
•  From the President: Shield vs. SHIELD
•  Ten - with Ken Rudin
•  Member Profile - Hank Klibanoff
•  Michigan's Morphing Media
•  Special Section: Journalism Entrepreneurship
•  So You Think You Can Freelance?
•  Project Managers - Game On
•  10 Steps For Any News Startup
•  What Makes For A Good Grant Proposal?
•  Grow Online: Protect Your Content
•  Ideas Need Innovation; News Needs Innovators
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Digital Media/Generation J Toolbox
•  Letters to the Editor

December 2010
•  Letters to the Editor - feedback on Helen Thomas awards
•  From the President
•  Sunrise, Sunset
•  Landing the Education Gig
•  What the Patch?
•  Ten with Tracy Record
•  Profiling the President
•  Phil Record's Impact on SPJ
•  Obituaries
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox

October 2010
•  From the New President
•  From the Outgoing President
•  FOI Toolbox
•  More Than Pretty Words (Hopefully)
•  Where are the Watchdogs?
•  This American Snapshot
•  Then vs. Now
•  Accessing America from a Chevy Impala
•  Chapter and Member News
•  Member Profile: Amber Stearns
•  Ten with Smári McCarthy
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox

August 2010
•  Covering the Spill
•  Member Profile - Richard Roth
•  SPJ/Chapter News
•  Letters to the Editor
•  Ten with Dan Christensen
•  From the President
•  Introduction - the 2009 Sigma Delta Chi Awards
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Newspapers/Wire Services
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Magazines
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Art/Graphics
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Radio
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Newsletters
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Research
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Online Reporting
•  Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Television
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox

June 2010
•  From the President
•  Reforming Journalism: The Rest of the Story
•  The Great Balancing Act
•  Ethical Negotiations - Talking it Through
•  Downsized but not Struck Out
•  Job Advice to Young Sportswriters
•  Journalists to Follow
•  Journalists to Follow (Part 2)

May 2010
•  Member Profile - Aiesha Little
•  Chapter News / People & Places
•  Obituaries - May/June 2010
•  Letters to the Editor
•  Digital Media Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Diversity Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Education Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Ethics Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Freedom of Information Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Freelance Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Generation J - May/June 2010
•  Global Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox - May/June 2010
•  Words & Language Toolbox - May/June 2010

April 2010
•  From the President - March/April 2010
•  The Scientology-St. Petersburg Times Quagmire Continues
•  Coded Controversy
•  White, Black and Missing on Twitter
•  What is News in the Age of Blog and Tweet?
•  Member Profile - Jessica Durkin
•  Letters to the Editor
•  Chapter News
•  Obituaries - March/April 2010
•  Ten with Kelly McBride

March 2010
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Gen J Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Chapter pushes for open meetings in D.C.

February 2010
•  Eastern Kentucky chapter hosts environmental journalism conference
•  From the President
•  Quill Feature: The Rebirth of Photojournalism
•  Quill Feature: Between the Sword and the Wall
•  Quill Feature: When It All Pays Off

January 2010
•  Chapter News Briefs
•  Obituaries
•  Profile: SPJ member Dan Kubiske
•  Ten - with Charles Sennott
•  Letters to the editor
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox

December 2009
•  Quill Feature: News Hole
•  Quill Feature: The Eternal Optimists
•  Quill Feature: Three's Company
•  Ten - with Rosette Royale
•  President's Column
•  Profile: SPJ's new executive director
•  Letters to the editor
•  Chapter News Briefs
•  People & Places
•  Obituaries
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing
•  Digital Media Toolbox
•  Generation-J Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Global Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox

October 2009
•  Kentucky chapters host program on Rick Pitino rape allegations
•  FERPA Foibles
•  Conducting FOI Audits on Campus
•  President Obama: Opaque Transparency?
•  No Money to Fight
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Global Journalism Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Education Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  President's Column
•  Convention sessions outline moving from newsroom to classroom
•  Profile: President Kevin Z. Smith
•  2009 Convention News
•  Obituaries
•  10 - with Heather Brooke

September 2009
•  Poll finds lessening trust and satisfaction with news media

August 2009
•  Education Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Generation J Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  Global Journalism Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Thanks for a great year of hard work
•  Survey of J-school graduates finds slumping job prospects
•  States may pull public notices from newspapers
•  Chapter News - August
•  Obituaries - August 2009
•  Member Profile: Taylor Mirfendereski
•  10 - with David Cohn
•  Blurring the line
•  ABC News opens campus bureaus
•  Tech Tools
•  Back to school
•  Bleak adjunct prospects
•  Small Fry

July 2009
•  SDX Award Winners: Online Deadline Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Online Non-Deadline Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Online Investigative Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Online Public Service Journalism
•  SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Feature Writing
•  SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Editorial Writing
•  SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Washington Correspondence
•  SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Foreign Correspondence
•  SDX Award Winner: General Column Writing
•  SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Sports Column Writing
•  SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Public Service Circulation
•  SDX Award Winners: Magazine Categories
•  SDX Award Winners: Photography
•  SDX Award Winners: Editorial Cartoons and Informational Graphics
•  SDX Award Winner: Newsletter Journalism
•  SDX Award Winner: Research about Journalism
•  SDX Award Winners: Radio Categories
•  SDX Awards Winners: Television Breaking News Coverage
•  SDX Winners: Television Investigative Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Television Feature Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Television Documentaries
•  SDX Award Winners: Television Public Service
•  SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Deadline Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Non-Deadline Reporting
•  SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Investigative Reporting
•  Help SPJ pass the Shield Law this summer
•  Member Profile: America Arias
•  Chapter News - June/July
•  Obituary - Bill Brannigan
•  Education Toolbox
•  Freelance Toolbox
•  Diversity Toolbox
•  Ethics Toolbox
•  Words & Language Toolbox
•  FOI Toolbox
•  Narrative Writing Toolbox
•  International Toolbox

May 2009
•  Honoring a landmark with SPJ’s Historic Site in Journalism Award
•  Artist/writer finds way to bridge the divide
•  10: Ken Paulson
•  Landing a job in today’s economy
•  Enjoy the freelancer’s journey
•  Women on a Mission in Pakistan and Afghanistan
•  Another dose for headaches
•  Avoid wardrobe malfunctions
•  Who is the Iraqi shoe-thrower?
•  Building blocks to a good story
•  Happy birthday, 'Broadcast News'
•  'They' say? Who says?
•  Shooting ourselves in our feet
•  'The world's most isolated country'
•  Now is America’s ‘biracial moment’

April 2009
•  Restoring the public’s faith in news media credibility
•  Working to bridge the divide
•  10 with Bob Steele
•  Reviving fairness in journalism
•  And the award goes to ... you
•  Recognizing World Press Freedom
•  How to report on race in the most ethical ways
•  Canvassing Coverage from Bush to Obama
•  It's better to be a journalist
•  Narrative stories connect with readers
•  Learning to keep stereotypes at bay
•  Remedies for headaches
•  FOI scavengers seek out records

March 2009
•  Join us in celebrating 100 years of SPJ at DePauw University in April
•  Pauley seeds project: Task force’s goal to help education
•  Chapter News
•  Chapter News March
•  Obituaries
•  Quill Flashback: Women's Right to Write
•  How to best re-write history
•  How SPJ can help freelancers
•  Italian job: Getting work as a reporter is no easy assignment
•  Journalism history is merely a list of surprises
•  Using shoe leather and ingenuity
•  Write what you know
•  Don't start the year wrong
•  Flashback: Toxic Error
•  Facebook blurs the lines of friendship
•  Why the race debate is far from over
•  Watch out for privacy creeps

January 2009
•  Future of news might not be rosy, but there’s always reason to hope
•  Moving up the newsroom ladder
•  Obituaries
•  SPJ Report
•  People and Places
•  Fighting censorship on campus
•  Realigning for the online world
•  IDA B. WELLS
•  Time to stop talking, start doing
•  The View From the Ground in Iraq and Afghanistan
•  The future of media and Obama
•  Be accountable to your public
•  Grappling with feelings, not facts
•  Public’s right to public records

December 2008
•  Our profession is just changing, not dying.
•  Ireland native brings sunshine to Utah, U.S.
•  The Future of Newspapers
•  How does Wikipedia measure up?
•  Think outside the newsroom
•  Educating the educators
•  Cheer up, freelancers
•  Naughty and nice, and bowl games' proper names
•  Tips for landing a job
•  Public's business is public
•  Thrill of victory, agony of defeat
•  Always be succinct
•  Great stories don't write themselves
•  The story tourists never see in Tunisia

November 2008
•  Celebrating 100 years of SPJ
•  Member Profile: Erin Riley
•  Obituaries
•  An Inexhaustible President
•  Twittery-Do-Dah, Twittering Pays
•  The 2008 Wells Memorial Key
•  The Jena 6
•  Finding Stories Off the Beaten Path
•  Can we finally stop counting colors?
•  Pushing for better FOI laws
•  Pushing the ultimate story: yours
•  Source credibility is part of our duty
•  Beyond the blotter: Crime stories with a difference
•  Weaving a story into a tale
•  Fight for free press
•  Watch what they say

August 2008
•  SPJ has a vital role in this changing profession
•  Federal shield law’s future remains uncertain
•  Survey: Sunny news amid industry turmoil
•  Toward a more transparent government
•  Parting the Clouds
•  Concealed Weapons, Concealed Records?
•  Public Information Theft
•  Context Clues
•  Chilling Free Speech
•  ‘An Opportunity Lost’
•  Wrangle that wiggle room away from agencies
•  Leap the Native American journalistic divide
•  FOIA requests challenge freelancers
•  Learning ethics as a second language
•  Don’t give readers whiplash
•  Investigative insights
•  From news to novels
•  Speak for the silent
•  Learning never ends
•  Ten: Chris Matthews
•  Democratizing Media
•  Miami Matchmaker
•  Gen J: Some essentials are only learned on the job
•  Freelance: Freelancing advice from the ivory tower
•  Global: Here or there, media training is everywhere
•  Career: Degrees should serve some life skills on the side
•  FOI: New FOIA amendments speed records requests
•  Ethics: Fundamentals should still apply, even in digital age
•  Words & Language: Book critics could use some critiquing
•  Gems: School stories: show & tell
•  Narrative Writing: Consider every story a narrative opportunity
•  Diversity: Tips for covering gay marriage fairly

July 2008
•  Consider a leadership position with SPJ
•  Geo Beach: One Tough SPJ’er
•  Winner: The Associated Press
•  Winner: The Post & Courier
•  Winner: Susanne Rust, Meg Kissinger & Cary Spivak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
•  Winner: The Post & Courier
•  Winner: Loretta Tofani, The Salt Lake Tribune
•  Winner: Erin Middlewood & Stephanie Rice, The Columbian
•  Winner: Louise Kiernan, Chicago Tribune
•  Winner: Alan Prendergast, Westword
•  Winner: Naomi Schalit, Kennebec Journal
•  Winner: Bob Dyer, Akron Beacon Journal
•  Winner: David Johnston, Mark Mazzetti, James Risen & Scott Shane, The New York Times
•  Winner: Robyn Dixon, Los Angeles Times
•  Winner: The Washington Post
•  Winner: Wisconsin State Journal
•  Winner: Jim Litke, The Associated Press
•  Winner: Gene Weingarten,
•  Winner: Brian Grow, Keith Epstein, Robert Berner & Geri Smith, Business Week
•  Winner: Consumer Reports
•  Winner: Mine Safety & Health News
•  Winner: John Moore, Getty Images
•  Winner: Mona Reeder, The Dallas Morning News
•  Winner: Robert Gauthier, Los Angeles Times
•  Winner: Michael P. Ramirez, Investor’s Business Daily
•  Winner: Los Angeles Times
•  Winner: WBBM Newsradio 780
•  Winner: Jay Field & Julia McEvoy, Chicago Public Radio
•  Winner: Jeb Sharp, Jennifer Goren & Ray Fallon, PRI’s The World, BBC World Service, Public Radio International, WGBH Radio Boston
•  Winner: Mills College Public Radio Reporting Class of 2007, KALW-FM
•  Winner: Michigan Radio
•  Winner: “NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams”
•  Winner: Rich Newberg & the News 4 Team, WIVB-TV
•  Winner: Steve Kroft, Ira Rosen, John Solomon & Sumi Agarwal, CBS News-60 Minutes
•  Winner: Debbie Dujanovic & Kelly Just, KSL-TV
•  Winner: Scott Pelley, Shawn Efran, Philip Ittner & Andy Soto CBS News-60 Minutes
•  Winner: Brad Hicks, WITI-TV
•  Winner: Kyra Phillips, Mark Nelson, Steve Robinson & Robert Howell, CNN
•  Winner: Sarah Hill, Scott Schaefer, Stacey Woelfel & Scott Schmidt, KOMU-TV
•  Winner: WMAR-TV
•  Winner: WLOX-TV
•  Winner: Clarisa Gerlach & Staffs of TBO.com, WFLA-TV & The Tampa Tribune
•  Winner: Editorial & Design Team, Bankrate.com
•  Winner: Jason Szep, Reuters
•  Winner: The Center for Public Integrity
•  Winner: Bill Dedman, MSNBC.com
•  Winner: The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists at the Center for Public Integrity
•  Winner: The Dallas Morning News
•  Winner: The Center for Public Integrity
•  Winner: Jerome Aumente, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
•  Writing about denials
•  The Pentagon’s handmaidens
•  Setting the scene
•  Electronic intelligence? No such thing.
•  Jobless and on the prowl
•  Less space doesn’t mean less story
•  A free press comes with responsibility
•  A good attitude goes far
•  Inspiration from abroad

May 2008
•  Take pride in your work, but take care of yourself
•  Scott Maben appointed to SPJ's national board
•  SPJ signs brief in support of former USA Today reporter
•  Keeping The Faith
•  The Investment Puzzle
•  Overcoming Trauma
•  Getting Away
•  Use the Internet effectively to find data
•  Plagiarism: Do we really understand it?
•  Fanfares for the common man and woman
•  Creating pictures with words
•  Omitting Race: Politically correct or good crime reporting?
•  Finding the story
•  Beating burnout
•  The pursuit of hapiness
•  Once-bright future of Central Asia now fading

March 2008
•  Adherence to ethics key to restoring faith
•  $11,125 doled out for Ethics Week programs
•  Brown-bag Ethics
•  Copperating With The Government
•  Offensive Images
•  The Sting
•  A Media-Savvy Killer
•  A Congressman's Past
•  More debates better for electoral process
•  10 great FOI programs for chapters, newsrooms
•  Be a fit writer: cut the flab from your stories
•  Profiles in persistence
•  Thinking diffferently can bring great stories
•  The language of race
•  Journalists in Paraguay have tough road ahead
•  Give a gift to yourself: Take a retreat
•  Journalism job market is no secret: Networking is king
•  The New Darwinism
•  Let SPJ help prepare your next leader
•  How one old reporting dog learned new multimedia tricks
•  Field Recording 101
•  Get a camera and go! It's the only way to learn
•  Print and Online: The Balancing Act
•  Taking Web News To its Logical Extreme
•  Beachhead News
•  Ordinary assignment teaches frightening lesson
•  Collector offers insight to getting info you need
•  Use comma sense when constructing stories
•  Brilliant Broadcasts
•  Emotion is the heart of every narrative story
•  Crunching the numbers on housing discrimination
•  What we do can change a country
•  Change happens: Deal with it
•  Young journalists share 'mojo' moments

January 2008
•  The game is out there
•  SPJ Sunshine Network to identify FOI problems, candidate positions for 2008
•  Nonprofit Newshounds
•  Financier Backs Project to Beef Up Investigative Reporting
•  Alternative Newsweeklies: Growing Up
•  Social Networking Sites
•  Empower readers, viewers with FOI advice
•  Suicide coverage doesn't have to be taboo
•  Life balance is the key to avoiding burnout
•  Avoid 'tin-ear' prose
•  The Best of 2007
•  Dream big, but be realistic when writing a narrative
•  Better reporting during the 'Mormon moment'
•  Keep an eye on the world with these reliable sites
•  As newsrooms make cuts, put training first

November 2007
•  Join us and your peers: fight the good fight
•  Additional Winner in 2006 SDX Awards
•  Clint Brewer
•  Wells Memorial Key
•  Watergate: 35 years later
•  Mark of Excellence
•  National Award Winners
•  Bloggers vs. Journalists
•  Legal Defense Fund Auction
•  Fight for the First Amendment
•  Shame on them
•  Ethical questions that bother us so
•  Seven strategies for getting bylines
•  Write with a purpose to avoid blather
•  Making it count
•  Stories are stories
•  Fires provide lessons to reach diverse crowd
•  Nepal improving but still bears watching

September 2007
•  Outgoing president asks members to carry torch
•  Writer awarded $75,000 Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
•  Study: Journalism industry recovery beginning to level off
•  TEN - Bob Schieffer
•  The Next Mayor
•  Votes and Quotes
•  10 Tips for Covering City/County Elections
•  10 Tips for Covering School Board Elections
•  10 Tips for Covering State Elections
•  Documentary captures real-life journalism
•  Documents of death
•  Caution: Runaway metaphor alert
•  Expecting journalists
•  Put your own life under the microscope
•  Health and safety: Stories that matter
•  Showing off gets you nowhere with readers
•  Great resources abound to diversify election coverage
•  Staying the course in cyberspace
•  Random questions posed to SPJ president
•  Cincinnati chapter president works to restore trust in media
•  Federal shield law one step closer to becoming reality
•  Beating Down Secrecy
•  Governments Fight Back
•  State of FOIA
•  Database Denials
•  Easy to report, easy to forget
•  Ten FOI stories you can start today
•  A conversation in 'journalese'
•  Speech communication for the working journalist
•  A little time can bring big rewards
•  The fruits of public records
•  Know your story limits before getting started
•  Cultural studies serve as great story fodder

August 2007
•  Proposed laws threaten Moroccan media
•  SPJ should take a stand on ‘professionalism’
•  Member works to bring SPJ Close to home
•  Generous student chapter gets more than it bargained for
•  Preparing students for the newsroom
•  The benefits of international media partnerships
•  Reporting on Disabilities: Putting People First
•  Anonymous Web posts should be curtailed
•  Getting Past 'No'
•  Anecdotal leads generally miss mark
•  What's in your freelancer profile?
•  Education reporting reveals shocking stories
•  Job search should be balanced, organized
•  Journalists discuss life in newsrooms abroad
•  Take a risk with everyday assignments
•  Make diversity a curriculum core
•  Colombian journalists unite, form federation
•  The Web's Hidden Gems

July 2007
•  Do your part to protect our profession
•  Nominations open for SPJ board seats
•  Foundation funds new year of educational programs
•  SDX Awards: Deadline Reporting: over 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Deadline Reporting: less than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Non-Deadline Reporting: over 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Non-Deadline Reporting: less than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Investigative Reporting: more than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Investigative Reporting: less than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Feature Writing: more than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Feature Writing: less than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Editorial Writing
•  SDX Awards: General Column Writing
•  SDX Awards: Washington Correspondence
•  SDX Awards: Foreign Correspondence
•  SDX Awards: Public Service more than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Public Service less than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Sports Column Writing
•  SDX Awards: Magazine Writing
•  SDX Awards: Magazine Investigative Reporting
•  SDX Awards: Public Service in Magazine Journalism
•  SDX Awards: Public Service in Newsletter Journalism
•  SDX Awards: Breaking News Photography
•  SDX Awards: Photography Feature
•  SDX Awards: Sports Photography
•  SDX Awards: Editorial Cartooning
•  SDX Awards: Informational Graphics
•  SDX Awards: Breaking News Reporting
•  SDX Awards: Investigative Reporting: Radio
•  SDX Awards: Radio Feature Reporting
•  SDX Awards: Radio Documentaries
•  SDX Awards: Public Service in Radio Journalism
•  SDX Awards: Breaking News TV: Top 25 Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Investigative Reporting: Top 25 Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Investigative Reporting: All Other Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Feature: Top 25 Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Feature: Other Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Documentaries: Top 25 Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Documentaries: Other Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Public Service: Top 25 Markets
•  SDX Awards: Television Public Service: Other Markets
•  SDX Awards: Online Deadline Reporting: Affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Online Deadline Reporting: Independent
•  SDX Awards: Online Non-Deadline Reporting: Affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Online Non-Deadline Reporting: Independent
•  SDX Awards: Online Investigative Reporting: Affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Online Investigative Reporting: Independent
•  SDX Awards: Public Service in Online Journalism: Affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Public Service in Online Journalism: Independent
•  SDX Awards: Journalism Research
•  Blue-ribbon documents
•  Subject-verb-object: Keep it simple
•  Thai leadership keeps hold over journalists
•  Crime and Punishment
•  Ready yourself for newsroom cuts
•  Casting Call: What kind of journalist are you?
•  Happy ‘marriage’ key to newsroom success
•  Covering tragedy with compassion

May 2007
•  Let SPJ help you run a smoother newsroom
•  Diverse group of journalists unite in Southern California
•  Covering rural America
•  Ten: Top Ten
•  Smooth News: Tyranny of the immediate
•  Smooth News: Put people in situations to succeed
•  Smooth News: Embrace your inner accountant
•  Smooth News: Newsroom numbers — good and bad
•  Smooth News: Why do women leave newspaper jobs?
•  Oppression: Supporting journalists where the press isn't free
•  Reporting abroad: Tips for working overseas
•  Ethics: Just say ‘no, thank you’
•  Watch the symbols — they ruin (story) flow
•  FOI: Journalists should demand prison access
•  Freelance: Use audio to help tell your stories
•  Narrative Writing: Treat all assignments as your own
•  Global: Whims often lead to Syrian journalists’ woes
•  NewsGems: Telling stories in different ways
•  Generation J: Interviewing the bereaved

April 2007
•  SPJ always working to improve ethics
•  Letter to the editor: April
•  Foundation and SPJ to address public perception of the media
•  Meet your new ethics committee chairman
•  Ten: Rick Bragg
•  Getting to the source
•  Advocating for home
•  Cable TV loses way with celebrity ‘news’
•  Getting personal
•  For a better story, trim before you file
•  Travel writing not all fun and sun
•  Do you know race when you see it?
•  10 common usage problems
•  News groups must innovate or die
•  Gambia one of the toughest countries for journalists
•  Stick it out or head back to class?

March 2007
•  Think big! SPJ.org could change industry
•  A Lifelong passion
•  Ten: Jim Amoss, New Orleans Times-Picayune
•  Bridging the generation gap
•  When the audience does the reporting
•  ‘Laguna Beach’ a great narrative model
•  8 simple rules to getting the documents you need
•  Continuing ed series great for freelancers
•  Procrastination: The death of opportunity
•  Eliminate 10 common grammar problems
•  Sri Lanka: ‘A land like no other’
•  Reporters show all sides of war
•  Balancing early career decisions and personal life no easy task

February 2007
•  Next generation of Quill has arrived
•  Make a resolution to improve newsrooms
•  Have a say in SPJ's future
•  Maine media introduced to New England News Forum
•  People and Places: February 2007
•  Letters to the Editor: February 2007
•  The Thriving Spanish-Language Media
•  Ten: Chris Nolan, Spot-on.com
•  A community divided
•  Industry faces an uphill path on the road to diversity
•  Grappling with diversity and journalistic privilege
•  Caught up in the chase
•  Six ways to accentuate access
•  Always a storyteller
•  Beware: Old articles might be worth cash
•  When “balance” really isn’t
•  Wordiness quiz
•  Death of journalists creates void
•  Turkish code opposed by media groups
•  Diverse sources make for best stories
•  Naked men get hype, but little respect

December 2006
•  Have a say in SPJ’s future
•  Student makes mark covering national stories
•  Make the most of your contributions now
•  Alice in Journalism
•  The ever-evolving newspaper
•  Pioneer puts digital concepts to work
•  How to be a multimedia superhero
•  Work and Play
•  Letters to the Editor: December 2006
•  People and Places: December 2006
•  Newspaper works to include blogging in code of ethics
•  Government outsourcing leads to cloaked figures
•  Be it print or Web, we must always think like storytellers
•  Freelance committee spells out new goals
•  Descriptive language can paint wrong picture
•  Make your point; don’t back into a sentence
•  The Whole Picture
•  Singapore laws make life tough for journalists

October 2006
•  Be involved, get more out of your membership
•  Students’ work gets statewide exposure thanks to SPJ adviser
•  L.A. Times writer wins Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
•  SDX Foundation board ready for new year
•  People and Places - October/November
•  First Principles of Journalism
•  Ten - Dana Priest
•  SPJ’s new president aims to raise awareness about changing face of journalism
•  ‘Conscience of SPJ’
•  Quest for credibility
•  It’s up to you to create your own inspiration
•  Ethical debates heat up with JonBenet Fever
•  The art of access
•  Getting a good quote doesn’t guarantee a good story
•  Operate smarter: resell your work
•  Inclusion beyond political correctness
•  10 tips for turning career dreams into reality
•  Overwriting can be the death of a good story
•  News organizations get creative to cover Cuba
•  ‘Horn of Africa’ world’s leading jailer of journalists

September 2006
•  Uncovering 'The Hidden Cost of Tenure'
•  Military Muckrackers
•  Use public records to cover candidates and contributors
•  FOIA after forty
•  Senator: Administration obsessed with secrets
•  Senator: Work remains to preserve open-government principles
•  In the Dark
•  Balancing the power of privacy
•  New president plans to boost membership, SPJ
•  Ten: Lester Holt
•  Get on your feet and into the street to find a real story
•  Journalist suspended for leading gay-rights parade
•  Long-term survival
•  Journalists find little protection in Brazil
•  FOIA Fruits
•  Writing simple and clear will help make the grade
•  Work now to paint a rosey financial picture for the future
•  Appeal to different readers by tackling Web technology
•  From White House to battlefields, SPJ member covered it all
•  Tomorrow’s leaders participate in Scripps Leadership Institute

August 2006
•  SPJ should change election procedures to ensure fairness
•  SPJ's resurrection in St. Louis
•  SDX Foundation helps equip student journalists for future
•  Ten: Jack Shafer
•  The Great Divide
•  On the Rebound
•  Core requirement
•  Pros vs. Profs
•  Mutual Media
•  Confessions of a student blogger
•  Experts: students must prepare for future of citizen media
•  Initiative puts students on investigative front lines
•  Share your ethical cases so everyone can learn
•  How to crack the DNA code of public records
•  Successful query letters have same basic elements
•  Finding an emotional center is key to a good story
•  Dangling modifiers: A copy editor’s nightmare
•  Formal mentoring program great for developing staff
•  Young journalists — take the initiative to better yourselves
•  Government wields power in United Arab Emirates

June 2006
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper deadline reporting, over 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper editorial writing, Rick Attig and Doug Bates
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, over 100,000
•  SDX awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, under 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, over 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, less than 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper feature writing, over 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper Washington Correspondence
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper Foreign Correspondence
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper general column writing
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper sports column writing
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, over 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, under 100,000
•  SDX Awards: Magazine writing
•  SDX Awards: Magazine investigative reporting
•  SDX Awards: Magazine public service
•  SDX Awards: Newsletters
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography spot news
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography features
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, sports photography
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, editorial cartooning
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photo illustration
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, informational graphics
•  Journalists: Be willing to engage the business side
•  Letters to the editor: June/July
•  People and places: June/July
•  Ten:Hannah Allam
•  The watchdog goes ARF: An Internet survival guide
•  Sedition laws continue to stir debate, fear
•  Sabbatical a good way to recharge batteries
•  Don’t burden your readers with unneeded history
•  Don’t let society define your true happiness
•  A handful of hard lessons for every writer
•  Events belie Russian efforts to better image
•  SPJ Report: Benjamin Franklin print shop rededicated
•  SPJ Report: Strong local programming key to getting new members
•  SPJ Report: SDX awards more than $200,000 to improve journalism
•  SPJ Report: Chapter News
•  SPJ Report: SPJ gives $1,000 to Utah paper for legal battle
•  SDX Awards: Radio breaking news reporting, CBS
•  SDX Awards: Radio investigative reporting, New Hampshire Public Radio
•  SDX Awards: Radio feature reporting
•  SDX Awards: Radio documentaries
•  SDX Awards: Radio public service
•  SDX Awards: TV breaking news, Network/Top 25 markets
•  SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, network/Top 25 markets
•  SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, other markets
•  SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, network/ Top 25 markets
•  SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, other markets
•  SDX Awards: TV documentaries, network/Top 25 markets
•  SDX Awards: TV documentaries, other markets
•  SDX Awards: TV public service, network/Top 25 markets
•  SDX Awards: TV public service, other markets
•  SDX Awards: Online, deadline reporting, affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Research
•  SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Online, deadline reporting, independent
•  SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, independent
•  SDX Awards: Online, investigative reporting, affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Online, public service, affiliated
•  SDX Awards: Online, public service, independent

May 2006
•  Letters to the editor: May
•  Ursula Dubin remembered for service to SPJ, SDX
•  Don’t let quest for profits co-opt the news media
•  Beat Guide: Cops and Courts
•  Beat Guide: Government
•  Beat Guide: Obituaries
•  Beat Guide: Features
•  Beat Guide: Sports
•  Beat Guide: Editorial writing
•  Beat Guide: Freelance writing
•  Beat Guide: Time-saving reporting tips
•  Beat Guide: Tips to learning your beat
•  Beat Guide: Avoid beat “jargon”
•  Beat Guide: Your first beat
•  Ten: Kai Ryssdal
•  Are The Watchdogs Still Watching?
•  Asking right questions a key to minimizing harm
•  University’s FOI project yields scary results
•  Unconscious stereotypes slow newsroom diversity
•  If you can’t report, you can’t be a narrative writer
•  Presidential election has media hopping in Mexico
•  Nina Mason Pulliam’s contributions still being felt
•  Milwaukee Press Club named Historic Site in Journalism
•  Scholarship recognizes commitment to First Amendment ideals

March 2006
•  SPJ should strive to reach across borders
•  Letters to the editor: April
•  Why SPJ doesn't enforce its code of ethics
•  Ten: John Allen Jr.
•  To Print or Not To Print
•  ‘The story of our lives’
•  SPJ delegates help shape Asian journalism charter
•  SPJ member returns home to a much different Korea
•  News councils a good way to restore public trust
•  People and places: April
•  Daily Dilemma
•  Letting sources check your story can be a good thing
•  Maryland ruling strikes at heart of press freedom
•  Diverse coverage only way to tell whole story
•  Health alert: Never overlook ergonomics
•  Burma among most oppressive for journalists
•  Want to be a better storyteller? Read poetry
•  Lay or lie? Some simple tips for proper usage
•  Strong cover letter, résumé keys to getting noticed
•  Editor: Opinion boards need a strong foundation in ethics
•  SPJ Report: Chapter News
•  SPJ Report: Chapters to discuss Knight Ridder sale
•  SPJ Report: Society awards $5,000 for chapter programs
•  Quest for leisurely lunches gives rise to influential SPJ member
•  SDX Foundation grants help 27 students relocate
•  Take a stroll through the land of the ‘freaky deakies’
•  Peru becoming a hostile ground for journalists
•  Journalism educators must leap diversity hurdles
•  10 tips to help reporters with stealthy government
•  Striking balance between work and life no easy task
•  SAD Formula can turn happy ethical results
•  Career: A few tips to help you find and land that second job
•  Career: 7 steps to get back on career track
•  Careers come in stages, so prove yourself every day
•  If you’re thinking an academic career might float your boat...
•  Reading, writing and reality: Will your next job be online?
•  The Top 5 qualities you need to advance your career
•  Career: A few things to remember about résumé tapes
•  Career: 5 questions you’ve been asking yourself
•  Community journalism might be the perfect fit for you
•  Editor offers tips for those considering jump to big time
•  Ten: Jim Romenesko
•  SPJ should reconsider how officers are elected
•  Letters to the editor: March
•  People and places: March

February 2006
•  People and Places
•  Letters to the editor
•  Les Brownlee, SPJ’s first black member, dies at age 90

January 2006
•  Network executives say evening news shows remain viable
•  Journalism industry must return to principles
•  Welcome to the new and improved Quill
•  Controversy surrounding the VNR
•  Tuning in to the home front
•  Public records unearth dangers with carnival rides
•  Did sexual abuse story cross the line of fairness?
•  Work in graduate school defines career path
•  Print journalists: Be prepared to hit airwaves
•  Scripted TV dialogue, journalese turn off viewers
•  Curiosity, courage keys to diverse journalism
•  Fallen journalists remembered for service
•  I can’t believe I signed the whole thing
•  Newspaper seizure draws ire from local SPJ chapter
•  SDX to fund 16 ‘Ethics Week’ programs

December 2005
•  New president discusses controversial SPJ awards
•  Letters to the editor
•  Something for everyone
•  2005 convention roundup
•  Standing target
•  Seeking accountability in the Miller saga
•  McKerral earns Wells Key, SPJ’s highest honor
•  Ethical Firestorm
•  Through Hell and High Water
•  Studies: Americans are tuning out traditional news
•  States revisiting reporter’s privilege laws
•  Recent media reports rich with linguistic bloopers
•  SPJ freelance committee sets agenda for 2006
•  Narrative thinking the key to improving stories
•  Life outside of the newsroom is important to career success
•  Many overseas journalists enjoy more press freedoms
•  Enjoy the Indian taco, but don’t stop asking questions

October 2005
•  Off the record
•  Questionable procedure
•  Journalism's new bottom line
•  Will your job be outsourced?
•  Pentagon seeks to hide more Abu Ghraib photos
•  Awards highlight worst use of ‘plain English’
•  Putting professionalism in the freelance profession
•  What purpose do academic journals really serve?
•  Be prepared for changes... lots of them!
•  Thoughts on coverage of Hurricane Katrina
•  Katrina may have restored balance
•  October letters to the editor
•  Program gets professionals, students together
•  In the eye of the storm
•  SPJ, SDX help students displaced by hurricane
•  Citizen journalism continues to surge
•  Getting involved is better than ‘stony detachment’
•  Tragedies call for time to put life in balance
•  Interviewing victims often the hardest part of reporting
•  Media must work to ensure fair coverage

August 2005
•  Lack of training in agencies at core of FOI blunders
•  Letters to the editor
•  Committees forward SPJ’s missions
•  Giving FOIA a face lift
•  Under fire
•  Promoters of public access
•  Mystery behind the meat
•  A trip through the FOI process: state prisons
•  A trip through the FOI process: federal prisons
•  Philippines loses another broadcast journalist
•  Push for more news councils sparks debate, controversy
•  Words from the gods can enrich communication
•  Managing newsroom can be a piece of cake
•  Patience is key to honing journalistic techniques
•  Freelancers beware of proposed federal shield law
•  Community papers: where most journalists get their start
•  Understanding the diversity in your community is key
•  The road to convergence and back again
•  People and Places
•  Federal FOI Resources
•  State Sunshine Chairs
•  Youth must get the message about the value of a free press
•  All journalists should find their own Jack Briggs
•  Editors, call professors to get scoop on recent grads
•  ‘Citizen’ journalism is not professional journalism
•  Sunshine Laws should be updated for an e-world
•  From the department of redundancy department
•  Are advanced degrees worth the time and effort?
•  Want to be a better leader? Then shut up and listen
•  Study: News outlets ignore booming Latino population
•  A few observations to help grads adjust to real world
•  Chicago news groups take home first “New America Award”
•  2005 candidates seek position on national board
•  Leaders in the making
•  SDX awards more than $200,000 in grants
•  Meet the candidates
•  People and Places

July 2005
•  We all share blame when students aren’t prepared
•  Trainning in session
•  Out of the darkness
•  What journalism classes missed
•  Asking the right questions about benefits and salaries
•  What students can do to be more valuable in the job market
•  Small-town papers can make or break a career
•  Bringing blogs into the classroom
•  Censor or be sacked
•  Public vs. Private
•  Importance of an international education
•  Paris seminar gives students insight into other cultures
•  ‘Toy department’ deserves more respect

June 2005
•  Judges knew my future all along, but I didn’t listen
•  Don’t just tell the story: tell how the story was done
•  Anonymous sources needed, but must be used with caution
•  Groups finally join forces to battle FOI issues
•  Take advantage of your age
•  New America Award honors best of media collaboration
•  English language has tendency to run wild
•  Three steps to landing your first journalism job
•  Awards aren’t the only signs of great journalism
•  Many freelancers benefit from settled class-action suit
•  People and places
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper deadline reporting, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper deadline reporting, Las Vegas Sun
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, Joseph Neff, Jay Price, Charles Crain
•  SDX awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, Craig Troianello
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, Cheryl Phillips, Steve Miletich, Ken Armstrong
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, Michele R. Marcucci, Sean Holstege, Ian Hoffman
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper feature writing, Meredith May
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper feature writing, Sam Eifling
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper editorial writing, Diane Steinle
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper Washington Correspondence, Lisa Zagaroli
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper Foreign Correspondence, Kevin G. Hall
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper general column writing, Doug Robinson
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper sports column writing, Mark Kiszla
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, Los Angeles Times
•  SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, The Eagle Tribune
•  SDX Awards: Magazine writing, Andrea Simakis
•  SDX Awards: Magazine public service, Consumer Reports
•  SDX Awards: Magazine investigative reporting, Newsweek
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography spot news, Associated Press
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography features, John Moore
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, sports photography, Los Angeles Times
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photo illustration, Tina Burch
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, editorial cartooning, John Sherffius
•  SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, informational graphics, Los Angeles Times
•  SDX Awards: Radio breaking news reporting, CBS
•  SDX Awards: Radio investigative reporting, New Hampshire Public Radio
•  SDX Awards: Radio feature reporting, Richard Knox, Rebecca Davis, Joe Neel
•  SDX Awards: Radio public service, WFAE 90.7 FM
•  SDX: Radio documentaries, The Stanley Foundation and KQED Public Radio
•  SDX Awards: TV breaking news, CBS Evening News
•  SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, CBS News
•  SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, ESPN
•  SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, NBC News, Today
•  SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, Rhonda McBride, Phil Walczak
•  SDX Awards: TV documentaries, WNET
•  SDX Awards: TV documentaries, KUED-TV
•  SDX Awards: TV public service, Dateline NBC
•  SDX Awards: TV public service, WITI Fox 6
•  SDX Awards: Research, The Project for Excellence in Journalism
•  SDX Awards: Online, deadline reporting, HeraldTribune.com
•  SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, DenverPost.com
•  SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, CNET News.com
•  SDX Awards: Online, investigative reporting, Newsweek
•  SDX Awards: Online, investigative reporting, The Center for Public Integrity
•  SDX Awards: Online, public service, New Jersey Public TV and Radio
•  SDX Awards: Online, public service, The Center for Public Integrity

May 2005
•  Computers keep reporters in the office, off their beats
•  Tragedy rekindles reasons for leaving journalism
•  Ease your pain. Get a mentor
•  A moment in Beijing
•  Contest highlights need to cross language barrier
•  Curiosity a reporter's best asset
•  Newspapers must do a better job of attracting youth
•  Freelancers reign supreme over extreme journalism
•  No matter what your beat is, be an embedded reporter
•  Good mental health key to success
•  Writing-wise, it’s best to avoid clumsy suffixes and prefixes
•  Sunshine Week helps public meet everyday FOI heroes
•  SPJ condemned use of VNRs long before latest scandals
•  SPJ revitalizing role as journalism educator
•  Journalism gives us freedom to pursue our passions
•  Q&A: Mike Dorning, war reporter
•  Q&A: Corey Rich, photojournalist
•  Q&A: Emily Sweeney, Boston Globe reporter
•  Q&A: Michael Iachetta
•  Q&A: Samaruddin Stewart, photojournalist
•  Q&A: Cleo Paskal, freelance writer
•  Q&A: Rebecca Wilson, Field editor - Indiana AgriNews
•  Q&A: Larry Olmsted, freelance writer
•  Q&A: Sara Blask, Outside magazine intern
•  Q&A: Tom Clynes, freelance writer

April 2005
•  Tips to help government officials work for you
•  Odds and Ends
•  Prep sports suspensions must be reported
•  Safety goggles required when teaching diversity
•  Stricter rules have many freelancers walking tight rope
•  Ethical issues have changed rules for writers
•  Columnist answers questions from journalists
•  Corrections, however painful or funny, needed for credibility
•  Reporter’s tale shines light on FOI struggles
•  Ethics - In-brief
•  Freedom of Information - In-brief
•  Ethical matters have varying degrees of danger
•  Heroes in ethics
•  Ethics AdviceLine going strong
•  Media helping with medical matters
•  The ethical dilemma of blogging in the media
•  Downward spiral
•  A safe, open forum is key to lively opinion pages
•  Ethical questions are often answered by SPJ’s code
•  For many journalists, life is a conflict of interest
•  To catch a killer

March 2005
•  Why did they do that?
•  E-Mail Interviews
•  Blogging
•  From Darkrooms to Digital
•  A decade of digitizing Pt.1
•  A decade of digitizing Pt.2
•  Get out of your chair, news doesn’t happen in newsrooms
•  Lawmakers should let sun shine on quasi-public groups
•  Short, clear leads are usually more informative
•  It’s time to upgrade your technology skills
•  Creating a virtual freelance community
•  Cross-training students key in multimedia world
•  Journalism 201: Learning about the bottom line
•  Female scientists too often overlooked as sources
•  Journalism pioneer, SPJ leader retires after 40 years

February 2005
•  Saving lives or selling out?
•  AFTER THE TSUNAMI: Above all, I'm a Sri Lankan
•  AFTER THE TSUNAMI: Picking up the pieces
•  Political integrity center of journalist's passion
•  A law to protect
•  Journalists, entertainers harder to decipher
•  Homeland security's new policy the ultimate gag order
•  Economic structure critical to diverse messages in media
•  Keeping nose to grindstone when choosing metaphors
•  Small-town writers getting it right
•  Be smarter about making your resolutions stick
•  Struggling to get paid
•  Doctor provides valuable lessons for journalists
•  SPJ leader made a career of breaking barriers
•  An indelible force

January 2005
•  Counter-punching: Newspaper absorbs hit from hurricane
•  Different takes on what makes a newsroom diverse
•  Radio’s demise: Tuning out the news
•  The notebook police have turned up the heat
•  Media Leaders Forum
•  News of peace and peril comes with South Korea trip
•  Consider yourself 'special' and improve your marketability

December 2004
•  Two notable news anchors talk about the past, present and future of TV news
•  Moyers makes no secret about his disgust with less access to government records
•  Bloomberg News, SPJ launch training partnership
•  Wells Key recipient shines a lot of light on the dark side of the government moon
•  There's no doubting Thomas when it comes to toughness
•  Session avoids getting 'blogged' down when addressing latest Internet craze
•  Ethical lapses lead to changes focusing on accuracy
•  SPJ and JAK exchange leads to learning and friendship
•  Legal Defense Fund Auction raises nearly $30,000
•  Media outlets serving ethnic groups continue to grow, break news
•  Board backs another magazine project for 2005

October 2004
•  Courtroom Cameras: Issue moves in and out of focus
•  Hung up on HIPAA
•  Florida watchdogs bark up right tree
•  DOE ruling helps public crack into campus courts
•  Privacy trumps right to know
•  Ban on photos of war dead prompts important history lesson
•  Journalists should get into the lobbying game through coalitions with access advocates
•  There's no 'accounting' for government -- unless you do an audit
•  Legislation needed to put a stop to SLAPPs
•  Curley pledges AP's resources to help stem the tide of the public's right to 'no!'
•  Networking is really about connections

September 2004
•  On-the-job training
•  Teaching and studying journalism ethics
•  The principles of the profession
•  Ethics in the classroom
•  Inside these hallowed halls
•  What is fair pay?
•  Journalism after 9/11
•  Beware of `techno-journalism'
•  FREELANCING BASICS

August 2004
•  Online resources for reporting

May 2004
•  We hear you -- and we're glad!
•  A shift of substance
•  To check,or not to check?
•  Russert:Force candidates to answer tough questions
•  Teaching convergence –But what is it?
•  Only the methods of stealing are new.
•  National coalitions may help fight expanding secrecy
•  Balancing accuracy with independence
•  Study shows changes coming for J-students

April 2004
•  Do poll stories help voters?
•  Can we get election calls right this time?
•  Reporting and endorsing
•  Getting past the game
•  MEDIA LEADERS FORUM: When is sex a story?
•  From the Editor: Election coverage: Don't fall short
•  Freedoms of the academy are at risk
•  Calendar puts open records to good use
•  Hispanic leader was a mentor, friend
•  Share your experiences with students
•  Russian Center helps journalists reclaim rights
•  Options for health insurance
•  Find details in small stories
•  How does the victim get to be the goat?

March 2004
•  Experience is good, but beware of job hopping
•  Switch to teaching requires preparation
•  Need a career break? Try a fellowship.
•  A job intentionally caught in the middle
•  Plan for career moves
•  What training do you need?
•  Odds & Ends
•  Cyberspace discussions may violate open meetings laws
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Ethics calls apply widely
•  ETHICS IN-BRIEF
•  AIDS coverage has been lost in recent years
•  DIVERSITY IN-BRIEF
•  Business reporting missing in many schools
•  J ED IN=BRIEF
•  Chilean media face ethical growing pains
•  International Journalism IN-BRIEF
•  Plan ahead for tax time

February 2004
•  Start freelancing before it is necessary
•  Cross Examination
•  Covering the bases
•  Journalists killed in 2003
•  Journalists killed in 2003
•  SPJ provides training resources.
•  Inside scoops on Society, profession
•  Odds & Ends
•  Access fights in 2004 will require solidarity
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Keep grudges out of news coverage
•  ETHICS IN-BRIEF

December 2003
•  A fight for storytelling
•  Telling stories every day
•  Rearranging the pyramid
•  Korea trip illustrates similarities, differences
•  Living up to expectations
•  Pointing out Asian differences
•  From the Editor: Seek out training opportunities around you
•  Fishing expeditions hurt public
•  Odds & Ends
•  Time for access checkup on nation's courts
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Anonymity hurts reporters and politicians
•  Ethics IN-BIEF
•  High school project expands
•  Playing footsie with our language

November 2003
•  Convention brings FOI recognition and planning
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Start planning for Ethics Week now
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  Convention paper prepares students for pressure
•  Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
•  Press freedoms hinge on Guatemalan election
•  2003 Convention
•  Lehrman win Wells Key
•  Temptation rocks Salt Lake newsroom
•  Rescuing Private Lynch – and rescuing journalism pt. 1
•  Rescuing Private Lynch – and rescuing journalism pt.2
•  From the Editor: A decision away from disgrace and disrepute
•  From the President: Solutions for journalism, Society require action
•  Odds & Ends
•  Board game puts news knowledge to the test
•  Media Leaders Forum: A killer among us

September 2003
•  FOI audits continue to bring positive changes
•  The right way, and the ‘Clint Eastwood’ way
•  Advancing the public’s right-to-know
•  Project aims to create state FOI law maps
•  Privacy and the ‘fear factor’
•  Letting fingers do the walking
•  Opening juvenile courts
•  Medical regulations raise new questions
•  How did we get a health privacy law?

July 2003
•  Rebuilding trust
•  Rising from the ashes
•  Making race the issue
•  Lessons Learned
•  Three heroes honored for FOI work
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Ethics week brought plenty of ethics discussion
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  Upgrading course offerings
•  U.S. government expels legitimate reporters
•  Say something different
•  Remind people of the good we do.
•  Good work counters scandal

May 2003
•  From the President: Secrecy compromises safety
•  Push for open meetings yields results
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  War brings ethical discussions
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  Black press brought needed change
•  Diversity IN-BRIEF
•  Mexico prepares for open government laws
•  International Journalism IN-BRIEF
•  Dumb – or dumber?
•  People and Places
•  Odds & Ends
•  Covering a community from within
•  Pinching pennies:
•  An era of crusaders
•  Global free expression: Three modest goals for American media
•  From the Editor: Small newsrooms don’t equate to small journalism

April 2003
•  Deciding which pieces to leave out
•  New directions in ethics
•  What’s acceptable on message boards?
•  Getting past biases is a tough act
•  Avoiding public panic
•  From the Editor: The many shades of journalism ethics
•  From the President:Truth isn’t only valuable in stories
•  Odds & Ends
•  All free-speech cases affect journalism
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Chapters plan for Ethics in Journalism Week
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  HBCUs seek accreditation
•  Diversity IN-BRIEF
•  Preparing students for greatness
•  Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
•  Resources available for foreign correspondents
•  International Journalism IN-BRIEF
•  Language follows society
•  People and Places

March 2003
•  Growing a community
•  Pushing Numbers
•  'I'm addicted to war'
•  From the Editor: Changing times, changing needs
•  From the President: The First Amendment is for everyone
•  The dangers of criminalizing speech
•  Electronics bring opportunity for change
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  A classic case of good reporter, bad reporter
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  Adapting to rapid change
•  Diversity IN-BRIEF
•  A changing image: one editor discusses the Chinese media
•  Contractions: They can't always be bad
•  People & Places

February 2003
•  A Thin Line
•  A Story of Conflict
•  From the Editor: Still need summer plans? Come work for SPJ
•  From the President: Active chapters make a mark in their communities
•  Odds & Ends
•  Bring an FOI coalition to your state
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Planning Ethics in Journalism Week
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  Finding diversity
•  Diversity IN-BRIEF
•  Young journalist pass on entering profession
•  Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
•  19 journalists killed in 2002
•  International Journalism IN-BRIEF
•  The Mistakes of yesteryear
•  People & Places

December 2002
•  Taking Time
•  Avoiding the presumption trap
•  Good intentions, bad results
•  From the Editor: Think outside the newsroom
•  From the President: New Congress threatens public records
•  History is truth's best defense
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Questions over election coverage
•  ETHICS IN-BRIEF
•  Study: Ethnic media fills increasingly important role
•  DIVERSITY IN-BRIEF
•  Broadcast industry is missing out on training
•  Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
•  Using large words sparingly
•  People and Places

November 2002
•  Convention '02
•  Awards from the Society
•  Women in war zones
•  Rethinking rape coverage
•  From the Editor: Thought goes into tough calls
•  From the President: Society has important work ahead
•  Who wouldn't want open government
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  When truth doesn't justify harm
•  Ethics IN-BRIEF
•  Take time to examine your sources
•  Diversity IN-BRIEF
•  Want a strong college news paper?
•  Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
•  One of the hunted
•  Little words, big trouble
•  Questions can cut access costs
•  People & Places
•  Odds & Inns

September 2002
•  Protecting Infastructure
•  Bring back the Web
•  States introduce terror legislation
•  Public or Private
•  Access wins in N.J.-after a long fight
•  Making open records a right
•  Coalition help in state FOI battle
•  The dangers of indentifying children
•  Heroes Among Us: Legal Defenders
•  Updates, Comments and thanks
•  FOI IN-BRIEF
•  Conflicts over conflicts
•  Ethics in Bief
•  Catch your assumptions early
•  Why Diversity
•  Class, take careful notes
•  Journalism In-Brief
•  Educating Johnell: The consequences of U.S. journailsm's inward thinking
•  International Journalism In- Brief
•  Finding the right word

July 2002
•  Cross-training
•  Multimedia journalism: A classroom tour
•  Convergence is coming
•  Journalism requires wide exposure
•  What about diverse faculty
•  Advisers Removed-But is it censorship
•  How do you cover your adviser being fired?
•  Keeping speech free in troubled times
•  From the Editor: Should we teach fot today or tomorow
•  From the President: Training is important throughout career
•  Share the importance of open government
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Even extreme cases aren't always simple
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  Good cause still needs questioning
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  Job are out there for those willing to look
•  Journalism Education-In Brief
•  Sending democracy through the airwaves
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Poor writing slows readers
•  Odds & Ends
•  People & Places

June 2002
•  Good journalism makes award-winning blueprints
•  A powerful experiment
•  New justifications for access restrictions
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Ethics week will promote Society’s mission
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  Better sources make better coverage
•  Censorship is no laughing matter
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  The media’s role
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Me, myself and I: The problem with pronouns
•  Negotiating for electronic records
•  Odds & Ends
•  People & Places

May 2002
•  Looking for online dollars
•  What is a journalist?
•  Do classes make a journalist?
•  DUPED! When journalists fall for fake news
•  From the Editor: Definition of ‘journalism’ is a sticky question
•  From the President: FOI contributions deserve recognition
•  SPJ reps pay visit to the Capitol
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Code changes spark lively debate
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  ‘Nonprofit groupie’ looks to new mission
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  ‘We’re taught to document history’
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  Telling the tales of terror
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  A very dangerous crutch
•  Odds & Ends
•  People & Places

April 2002
•  War coverage relies on trusted sources
•  When the story is personal
•  The lost middle voice
•  Avoiding the spin cycle
•  Storytelling vs. sticking to the facts
•  Does the SPJ code need a wartime update?
•  Find time to make the Code rhyme
•  A balancing act
•  From the Editor: Think through sources
•  From the president: Ethics provide balance to profit pressures
•  If only FOI law came on stone tablets
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Sound ethics process helps in gray areas
•  Educators respond to call for diversity
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  Threat of censorship has ‘chilling effect’
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  Press rights in Zimbabwe secure — for now
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Press rights in Zimbabwe secure – for now
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Census data you can use
•  When what you hear ain’t what you get
•  Odds & Ends
•  People & Places

March 2002
•  Is diversity making a difference?
•  Changing our coverage
•  The Move to Management
•  Despite dramatic changes in technology, past words still ring true in modern design.
•  Design Evolution
•  From the Editor: Is it time for a change?
•  From the President: SPJ prepares to meet its many challenges
•  Caution required in our daily work
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Ethical flubs emphasize need for Code
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  Getting past a ‘white, middle-class’ America
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  New graduates: prepare for ‘techno-shock’
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  Caught in an unfriendly land
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Big stories are usually the worst
•  Odds & Ends
•  People & Places

February 2002
•  Sensitivity on deadline
•  A Growing Divide
•  ‘I Feel Stronger’
•  From the Editor: Leggett case is part of a larger battle
•  From the President: ‘New America’ may forget old values
•  React & Reply
•  Projects underscore need for FOI
•  FOI In-Brief
•  War coverage brings ethical dilemmas
•  Native journalism keeps with tradition
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  Internships hit the chopping block
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  War correspondence isn’t for the weak
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Courtesy titles are about more than respect
•  Attitude can help or hinder writing
•  Databases offer more than statistics
•  People & Places
•  Odds & Ends

December 2001
•  When Jobs are Scarce
•  Going nowhere fast?
•  Ethics and war
•  Ethical questions to ask during wartime
•  International press restrictions
•  Ethics Web resources for war coverage
•  Patriotism and the News
•  Fair Game?
•  Bush administration’s war on FOIA
•  FOI In Brief
•  Readers take note of solid reporting
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  A living lesson in deadline reporting
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  Asleep at the switch
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Fighting the word war
•  People & Places
•  From the Editor — Economic prospects and ethical reflections
•  From the President — It’s worth the fight to protect our open society

November 2001
•  SEATTLE
•  Geimann takes Wells Key
•  Awards from the Society
•  SPJ recognizes outstanding work on college campuses
•  Reacting to disaster
•  Newspaper extras: A piece of history
•  Terrorism coverage takes toll on teaching
•  In crisis, religion moves to the front page
•  A single day, a thousand images
•  From the President: Society faces challenges, opportunity
•  New resources, warnings on the FOI front
•  Openness is too important to set aside
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Search for truth is journalism’s patriotic role
•  Formalizing the golden rule
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  How do I keep my writers writing?
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  U.S., Hong Kong journalists find common ground
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Civic journalism and the online world
•  Restoring the serial comma
•  Writing for the Internet
•  People & Places

October 2001
•  New beginnings in Rwanda
•  After Shock
•  Press freedom under attack
•  Freedom: A fight for everyone
•  From the Editor: The world is watching
•  From the President: Take a moment for yourself
•  Odds & Ends
•  Freedom trumps the need to define ‘journalist’
•  Open communication, open justice
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Journalists rise to challenge of tragedy
•  Covering Arab Americans
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  Grad schools benefit from sluggish economy
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  Russian whistle-blower on trial for treason
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Design that follows content
•  Easy usually does it for readers
•  People & Places

September 2001
•  High tech info – and high tech costs
•  Scrambled signals
•  As if the DPPA alone wasn’t bad enough ...
•  ‘Breaking’ the code
•  Passing on the value of FOI
•  Access fundamentals:
•  Never waver in access fight
•  The legalities of reporting the news (INTRODUCTION)
•  The legalities of reporting the news (PART I)
•  The legalities of reporting the news (PART II)
•  The legalities of reporting the news (PART III)
•  The legalities of reporting the news (PART IV)
•  The legalities of reporting the news (PART V)
•  Forced into the hero role
•  Challenging the government
•  Criminal records likely to remain off-line
•  Access denied
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Old meets new
•  The search for sound advice
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  The news held hostage
•  Diversity dos – and don’ts
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  Teaching journalists to be human
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  Helping Wajahat – and journalism
•  International Journalism In-Brief
•  Don’t miss the point: Focus makes for clear writing
•  People & Places

July 2001
•  Teaching for Tomorrow
•  Educating the Administrators
•  Curricula Go High-Tech
•  Internship Payoffs... and Trade-Offs
•  Recruiting Diverse Applicants
•  Learning on the Job
•  FROM THE PRESIDENT: A healthy government check
•  FROM THE EDITOR: Instilling a passion for journalism
•  Odds & Ends
•  A watchful eye
•  FOI In-Brief
•  Taking ethics to the Net
•  Ethics In-Brief
•  Diversity at small papers
•  Diversity In-Brief
•  Picking the right school
•  Journalism Education In-Brief
•  When we’re the foreigners
•  Bittersweet legal victories in Latin America
•  Make wire copy a good match
•  Making sense of the census
•  People & Places

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