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SPJ Reading Room: Archives

April 2015
• SPJ News: 2015 SPJ/JEA High School Essay Contest winners announced
• SPJ News: SPJ contributes $5,000 for lawsuit to get college newspaper adviser reinstated
• SPJ News: Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Spokane, Washington
• SPJ News: Region 12 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Lake Charles, Louisiana
• SPJ News: Region 6 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Bloomington, Minnesota
• SPJ News: Journalists Often Face Stonewalling at Science Agencies, New Survey Finds
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for reinstatement of Northern Michigan University student newspaper adviser
• Quill: Dori Maynard: A legacy of fierce love
• Quill: From the President
• SPJ News: MEDIA ADVISORY: SPJ, UCS to release survey, host panel discussion at National Press Club
• Quill: Member Profile: Chris Vaccaro
• Quill: On the Edge of Ethics
• Quill: Ten with Jose Antonio Vargas
• Quill: Verily, Verily, it’s Time to Verify
• SPJ News: SPJ Disappointed in Journalistic Lapses Found in Rolling Stone Story
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Joint statement by SPJ President Dana Neuts, SDX Foundation President Robert Leger on Indiana’s RFRA
• SPJ News: Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced

March 2015
• SPJ News: Region 2 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in College Park, Maryland
• SPJ News: Region 5 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Louisville, Kentucky
• SPJ News: Region 7 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Omaha, Nebraska
• SPJ News: Region 8 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Norman, Oklahoma
• SPJ News: Educators collaborate on book to promote high school journalism
• SPJ News: Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Athens, Ohio
• SPJ News: SPJ, NFOIC combine war chests to fight for Freedom of Information
• SPJ News: U.S. Forest Service ‘wins’ 2014 SPJ Black Hole Award for interfering with flow of important public information
• SPJ News: Survey: Public not receiving information it needs due to PIO restrictions
• SPJ News: SPJ supports AP in lawsuit seeking to force the State Department to release Clinton emails

February 2015
• SPJ News: SDX, SPJ mourns loss of Dori Maynard, champion of diversity in journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief in West Virginia coal mine case
• SPJ News: Pulliam Fellow explores plight of vacant factories, how cities are giving them new life
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief in Montana open records case
• SPJ News: SPJ President Dana Neuts’ statement on death of David Carr
• SPJ News: SPJ President Dana Neuts’ statement of condolence to family of Bob Simon
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Virginia lawmakers to reject execution secrecy bill
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Getting Women Into the Game
• SPJ News: Statement by SPJ President Neuts on latest FOIA reform bills
• Quill: Ten with Mike Pesca
• Quill: When the story IS about you
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: Genevieve Belmaker
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

January 2015
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for reinstatement of Western Illinois student newspaper editor
• SPJ News: SPJ’s Black Hole Award is open for nominations through Feb. 27
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee Chair Andrew Seaman on Just IN, Indiana’s state-run news organization
• SPJ News: SPJ’s Digital, Freelance Community election results announced
• SPJ News: Statement by SPJ President Neuts on terrorist attack at French magazine
• SPJ News: SPJ President Neuts' statement on passing of ESPN's Stuart Scott

December 2014
• SPJ News: SPJ President Neuts’ statement about the passage of Ohio death penalty bill
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation-J Toolbox
• Quill: Intro: New Year, New You
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: New Year, New You: Getting Into Podcasting
• Quill: New Year, New You: Having Kids
• Quill: New Year, New You: Master the Art of the Side Project
• Quill: Ten with Melody Joy Kramer
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Statement by SPJ President Dana Neuts regarding Sen. Rockefeller’s hold on FOIA bill
• SPJ News: SPJ reiterates call to EPA to stop muzzling national scientists

November 2014
• SPJ News: SPJ FOI Chair Cuillier urges public to contact senators as FOIA bill hits home stretch
• SPJ News: Statement by SPJ President Dana Neuts urging lawmakers to vote “no” to Ohio’s proposed HB663
• SPJ News: Statement by SPJ President Dana Neuts regarding sentencing of Scott Cooper, former SPJ Oklahoma chapter treasurer
• SPJ News: SPJ: Law enforcement actions highlight need for nationwide conversation

October 2014
• Quill: Always Question a FERPA Exemption
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: Female on the Front Lines
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: April Dudash
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Ten with Jason Leopold
• Quill: Ultimate Risk: Remembering James Foley and Steven Sotloff
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ mourns loss of journalism great Ben Bradlee
• SPJ News: SPJ Education Committee findings provide picture of the state of high school journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds Georgia judges for upholding First Amendment
• SPJ News: Letter urges school associations to renounce actions of Neshaminy School District
• SPJ News: SPJ denounces effort to use courts to stop journalist from doing his job

September 2014
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds City of Tupelo, SPJ member, for bringing electronic public records into compliance with law
• SPJ News: Andy Schotz named SPJ Regional Director of the Year
• SPJ News: Dana Neuts installed as 2014-2015 SPJ President
• SPJ News: Kevin Smith receives Wells Memorial Key, highest SPJ honor
• SPJ News: SPJ updates Code of Ethics
• SPJ News: Kara Swisher spoke at Excellence in Journalism 2014 about being a female entrepreneur in journalism, tech
• SPJ News: Ohio University named SPJ Campus Chapter of the Year
• SPJ News: Florida Pro, Cincinnati Pro named SPJ Chapters of the Year
• SPJ News: SPJ Board votes to create Endowed Legal Defense Fund for journalists
• Quill: Code of Ethics Revision: What's Up and What Has Changed
• Quill: Codifying A New Code of Ethics
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: New Code of Ethics Not Ready for Prime Time
• Quill: Seriously, It’s Time to Get Serious About The Serial Comma (And Other Style Gripes)
• Quill: Ten with Kara Swisher
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ saddened to learn of second recent journalist execution
• SPJ News: Studio SPJ to continue ‘The Road to Nashville’ series
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox

August 2014
• SPJ News: Nine SPJ chapters recognized for exceptional efforts, chapter of the year finalists announced
• SPJ News: SPJ announces outstanding campus chapter regional honorees
• SPJ News: SPJ is relieved American freelance journalist Peter Curtis was released, hopes trend will continue
• SPJ News: SPJ statement about alleged execution of American photojournalist James Foley
• SPJ News: The Associated Press receives Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: Farah Stockman of the Boston Globe receives $75,000 Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: SPJ outraged by arrests of journalists in Ferguson, Mo., offers assistance to educate police department
• SPJ News: Journalism, science groups decry EPA move to muzzle national science advisers
• SPJ News: White House provides non-response, response to letter opposing excessive PIO controls
• SPJ News: SPJ sends follow up letter to White House, still urges for transparency

July 2014
• SPJ News: Studio SPJ to begin ‘The Road to Nashville’ series
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Lucy Dieckhaus with Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes two members’ contributions with Howard Dubin Award
• SPJ News: Associated Press journalists win SPJ ethics award
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for Iranian Washington Post journalist, other detainees to be released with an explanation
• SPJ News: City of Boston named Historic Site in journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes University of Nebraska-Lincoln Associate Professor for Distinguished Teaching in Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Norris for exceptional service to journalism
• SPJ News: Two organizations, two individuals honored by SPJ with Sunshine Award
• SPJ News: Florida International University professor named outstanding campus adviser
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Rachel Minske with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: Letter urges President Obama to be more transparent
• SPJ News: More than 40 journalism groups urge president to stop excessive controls on public information

June 2014
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile - David Bulla
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituaries - Richard Leonard and Scott Schmedel
• Quill: Obituaries - Richard Leonard and Scott Schmedel
• Quill: Ten with John Tlumacki
• Quill: This Is How the Internet Works (And Why You Need To Know)
• Quill: What It Takes To Win
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• SPJ News: Studio SPJ to cover EIJ14 events
• SPJ News: SPJ signs onto letter to ask Senate to bring shield law to floor
• SPJ News: SPJ helps Greater Charlotte Pro Chapter fight for open meetings
• SPJ News: SPJ asks Senate to bring shield law to floor in light of James Risen’s case

May 2014
• SPJ News: MSNBC’s Benjy Sarlin receives SPJ New America Award for investigation of immigration reform
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on Pennsylvania school district to restructure high school publications policy
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for journalist protections in the Ukraine
• SPJ News: SPJ announces national Mark of Excellence Award winners
• SPJ News: Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Portland, Ore.

April 2014
• SPJ News: Region 1 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Boston
• SPJ News: Region 7 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Overland Park, Kan.
• SPJ News: SPJ opposes restrictions on intelligence employees speaking to journalists
• SPJ News: Announcing the 2013 Sigma Delta Chi Award winners
• SPJ News: Region 12 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Fayetteville, Ark.
• SPJ News: Region 5 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Chicago
• Quill: Citizen Code
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Guidelines on Anonymous Sources
• Quill: Member Profile: Lindsey Cook
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Revising the Code of Ethics: What’s going on?
• Quill: Says Who?
• Quill: Ten with Liz Wahl
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Columbus, Ohio

March 2014
• SPJ News: Region 11 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Honolulu
• SPJ News: Region 2 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Washington D.C.
• SPJ News: Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced
• SPJ News: Region 6 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Bloomington, Minn.
• SPJ News: Region 8 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in League City, Texas
• SPJ News: Region 9 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Salt Lake City
• SPJ News: SPJ surveys: Reporters say PIO controls getting worse
• SPJ News: SPJ President David Cuillier to address U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee about FOIA issues

February 2014
• SPJ News: SPJ cautiously supports DOJ’s latest regulations about acquiring news organizations’ records
• SPJ News: NAHJ to join SPJ, RTDNA for another Excellence in Journalism conference
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Member Profile - Samaruddin Stewart
• Quill: Ten with David Folkenflik
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Why Not (apply for a fellowship)?
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• Quill: You (Yes, You) Are Smart Enough To Code
• SPJ News: SPJ’s FOI committee restructures the Black Hole Award

January 2014
• SPJ News: SPJ gives Legal Defense Fund grant to Otterbein University student publications

December 2013
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: Excerpts from Ambrose Bierce's 'Devil's Dictionary'
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: Reggie Stuart
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Ten with Samantha Grant
• Quill: The Life, Death and Legend of Ambrose Bierce
• Quill: Trouble On Our Doorstep
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ praises New York Court of Appeals’ decision to quash subpoena against Jana Winter

November 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief urging Court to restrict government from punishing speakers in designated fora
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on New York Court of Appeals to quash subpoena against Jana Winter

October 2013
• Quill: Data Journalism for a Database Age
• Quill: Edward Snowden: The New Brand of Whistle-Blower?
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: There Goes the Sun
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation gives $48,500 for national investigative journalism training program
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: David Cuillier
• Quill: Ten with Jim Avila and Lucy Dalglish
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation gives $10,000 to For Journalism for data journalism training
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation gives $12,500 for national training program for police and journalists

September 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns Illinois Circuit Court ruling that reporter Joseph Hosey disclose sources or face jail, fines
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief encouraging court to focus on statutory question in Air Wisconsin v. Hoeper
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief opposing Johnson V. New York courtroom restrictions
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief urging Court to halt NSA telephone surveillance
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on Judge Kinney to rescind order compelling Illinois reporter to name source
• SPJ News: Ten SPJ chapters recognized for exceptional programming
• SPJ News: SPJ thanks Senate Judiciary Committee for advancing shield law
• Quill: Best Practices for Minimizing Your Digital Security Risk
• Quill: Erasing the Record, One Story at a Time
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Member Profile: Alexa Schirtzinger
• Quill: Obituaries - Bert Bostrom and Anne Nunamaker
• Quill: Ten with Kai Ryssdal
• Quill: When Race is Relevant
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox

August 2013
• SPJ News: Brian Eckert named SPJ Regional Director of the Year
• SPJ News: David Carlson receives Wells Memorial Key, highest SPJ honor
• SPJ News: David Cuillier installed as SPJ president
• SPJ News: Journalists discuss NSA, federal shield law at Excellence in Journalism
• SPJ News: DePaul University named SPJ Outstanding Campus Chapter of the Year
• SPJ News: Kai Ryssdal opens Excellence in Journalism 2013 with candid conversation about public radio
• SPJ News: Deadline Club, Virginia Pro named SPJ Chapters of the Year
• SPJ News: Hugh Bailey receives $75,000 Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: Three Milwaukee Journal Sentinel staffers receive Pulliam First Amendment Award

July 2013
• SPJ News: Human Rights Defense Center receives SPJ First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: Seattle Times editor wins SPJ ethics award
• SPJ News: Home of newspaper during Revolutionary War named Historic Site in Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes two members’ contributions with Howard Dubin Award
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes University of Florida Master Lecturer for Distinguished Teaching in Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Martinez for exceptional service to journalism
• SPJ News: Two journalists and one organization honored by SPJ with Sunshine Award
• SPJ News: DePaul University professor named outstanding campus adviser
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Ali Trumbull with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ commends Department of Justice for Report on Review of News Media Policies
• SPJ News: Next on Studio SPJ: Excellence in Journalism 2013

June 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on Attorney General to uphold government’s own media guidelines
• Quill: After Boston, Still Learning
• Quill: Chapter News - FIU Photo Contest
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: Sean Carberry
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Remembering Robert S. McCord
• Quill: Ten with Todd Melby
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

May 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Michael Auslen with Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ president denounces Connecticut’s attempt to cover up public information about Newtown shootings
• SPJ News: News Tribune’s Lewis Kamb and InvestigateWest’s Carol Smith receive SPJ New America Award for investigation of Northwest Detention Center
• SPJ News: SPJ president on reintroduction of Shield Law: Let's get it passed
• SPJ News: SPJ joins Reporters Committee letter to DOJ
• SPJ News: SPJ president condemns government’s seizure of AP phone records
• SPJ News: Delaware student wins High School Essay Contest
• SPJ News: Region 8 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in San Antonio
• SPJ News: Board approves 3 Legal Defense Fund grants
• SPJ News: SPJ announces national Mark of Excellence Award winners

April 2013
• SPJ News: Region 5 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in St. Louis
• SPJ News: Region 7 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in St. Louis
• SPJ News: SPJ expresses concern for student media at Central Michigan
• SPJ News: SPJ Madison hosts 100th anniversary celebration of Wells Memorial Key, the Society’s highest honor
• SPJ News: Community college reverses action on student newspaper; SPJ approves
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief urging oversight of Executive Branch classifications
• SPJ News: Announcing the 2012 Sigma Delta Chi Award winners
• SPJ News: Region 2 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Norfolk
• SPJ News: Region 1 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced at Rutgers
• SPJ News: Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Spokane, Wash.
• SPJ News: Region 11 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Las Vegas
• SPJ News: Region 6 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Minn.
• SPJ News: Region 9 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in N.M.
• SPJ News: University of Ky. should release records to journalist, says SPJ president
• Quill: Case Study: Naming Victims of Sex Crimes
• Quill: Case Study: The Pirates and the Press
• Quill: Drone Journalism: Is Resistance Futile?
• Quill: Ethics Case Studies
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Letters to the Editor
• Quill: Member Profile: Jason Parsley
• Quill: Obituary: James R. Yoder
• Quill: Ten with Erin Polgreen
• Quill: What's Your Personal Code of Ethics?
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Winter should not be compelled to reveal sources
• SPJ News: Region 12 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Oxford, Miss.
• SPJ News: Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in Dayton, Ohio

March 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ announces winner of 2013 Black Hole Award
• SPJ News: Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced
• SPJ News: PIOs regularly monitor interviews with government officials, report says
• SPJ News: SPJ joins meeting with NCAA about restrictive media credentials
• SPJ News: ‘Studio SPJ’ to cover the Gun Crisis Reporting Project

February 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ letter urges Wyo. governor to support government transparency
• SPJ News: SPJ president, president-elect write letter opposing treatment of FAMU journalists
• Quill: Five Tips for Journalists Doing Data Visualization
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Remembering Gene Slaymaker, Indiana broadcast pioneer
• Quill: South Florida program teaches obit writing with contest
• Quill: Ten with Shane Snow
• Quill: The Tricky Business of Work-Life Balance
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox

January 2013
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief opposing Va. FOIA residency restrictions

December 2012
• SPJ News: ‘Studio SPJ’ to feature ‘Reportero’ director Bernardo Ruiz, among others, in first shows of 2013
• Quill: A Journalism Career Still Worth Fighting For
• Quill: Epiphanies: The Power and Purpose of Journalism
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Is J-School Necessary? A View From Across the Pond
• Quill: Questioning the J-School Choice
• Quill: Tips for Would-Be Podcasters
• Quill: Your Journalism Career and Degree: Worth It?
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile - Jennifer Peebles
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ Partners with WestPoint Financial Group to Offer Insurance Benefit Programs to Members

November 2012
• Quill: Love of Many Kinds: A Journalist's View of Conflicting Responsibilities During the Israel-Gaza Conflict
• SPJ News: ‘Studio SPJ' to tackle the news generation gap

October 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief supporting court independence
• SPJ News: NAHJ to join SPJ, RTDNA for annual Excellence in Journalism conference
• SPJ News: SPJ president condemns student-journalist arrests, sends letter to mayor
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: From the Outgoing President
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Good Night, GRAMA
• Quill: Is There a Fundamental Right to ... Information?
• Quill: Lessons from the GRAMA Fight
• Quill: Member Profile - Laura Amico of Homicide Watch
• Quill: Profile: Utah State Ombudsman Rosemary Cundiff
• Quill: Ten with Kristinn Hrafnsson
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: UW-Eau Claire alumna named SPJ Outstanding Graduate

September 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ president writes NYPD police commissioner to address journalist arrests at Occupy Wall Street protests
• SPJ News: Dana Neuts named SPJ Regional Director of the Year
• SPJ News: Robert Leger receives Wells Memorial Key, highest SPJ honor
• SPJ News: Sonny Albarado installed as SPJ president
• SPJ News: Sree Sreenivasan, ‘tech evangelist and skeptic,’ brings energy and education to EIJ12 opening night
• SPJ News: Nine SPJ chapters recognized for exceptional programming
• SPJ News: Northern California Pro, St. Louis Pro named SPJ Chapters of the Year
• SPJ News: Home to Arizona’s first newspaper named Historic Site in Journalism
• SPJ News: Ithaca College named SPJ Outstanding Campus Chapter of the Year
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief seeking freedom of information in Bradley Manning court martial

August 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes two members’ contributions with Howard Dubin Award
• SPJ News: SPJ president asks Red and Black chairman for further action
• SPJ News: Three organizations honored by SPJ with Sunshine Award
• SPJ News: University of Cincinnati professor named outstanding campus adviser
• SPJ News: Mike Hiestand receives SPJ First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: Miami Herald staff writer receives Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes strong ethical practices on New Orleans news website
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes high school teacher for Distinguished Teaching in Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ honors two for exceptional service to journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ displeased with University of Memphis over student newspaper funding cuts
• Quill: Mobile Reporting 101
• Quill: Shields Up In Indian Country
• Quill: We Own the Future of the News
• Quill: Will the 'M' in Mobile Stand for Money?
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Gen-J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: Jeremy Steele
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituary: Robert D.G. Lewis
• SPJ News: Sandra Shea receives $75,000 Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• Quill: Ten with Sally Jenkins
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

July 2012
• SPJ News: San Diego State student wins First Amendment award

June 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ president deplores rough police contact with Reno journalist
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Gen-J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile - Sarah Stuteville
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: NPR’s Richard Gonzales and Uri Berliner receive SPJ New America Award for Hurricane Katrina coverage

May 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ president's statement on Oklahoma Pro chapter
• SPJ News: SPJ president voices concern over possible removal of college media adviser
• SPJ News: SPJ announces winners of the 2012 High School Essay Contest

April 2012
• SPJ News: Announcing winners of the 2011 national Mark of Excellence Awards for collegiate journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing winners of the 2011 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for journalism
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Position Papers
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Gen J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile - Jerry Roberts
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: On the Ground: Ethics in Haiti
• Quill: Ten with Jim Asendio
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Winners

March 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2011 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces ‘winners’ of Black Hole Award
• SPJ News: SPJ concerned about Stars & Stripes move to Maryland
• SPJ News: Survey: Journalists Report Impediments by Federal Public Information Officers

February 2012
• SPJ News: Charges dropped against photojournalist arrested while covering Occupy Wall Street
• SPJ News: SPJ protests Memphis police’s treatment of photojournalist
• Quill: 10 from Ten
• Quill: Egyptian Press Struggles For Its Own Revolution
• Quill: For Love of Community
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Member Profile - Austin Kiplinger
• Quill: Quill at 100
• Quill: Reflections from Wheat Country
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Government Relations Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox

January 2012
• SPJ News: SPJ seeks nominations for 2012 Black Hole Award
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief in First Amendment challenge of the Stolen Valor Act
• SPJ News: SPJ Legal Defense Fund supports photojournalist Douglas Higginbotham

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

November 2011
• SPJ News: Editorial: Arrests of Journalists at 'Occupy' Must Stop
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns arrests of journalists at Occupy protests
• SPJ News: Public data bank file restored, but with major restrictions
• SPJ News: SPJ joins effort to uphold Texas Open Meetings Act

October 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Project Vote in freedom of information case
• SPJ News: SPJ names Colorado newspaper as Historic Site in Journalism
• Quill: A Decade Later: 9/11 and Freedom of Information
• Quill: Blowin’ the Whistle, Rollin’ the Dice
• Quill: Chapter News - Sept/Oct
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Member Profile: Barbara Ford
• Quill: Ten with Jesse Eisinger
• Quill: Tip Sheet: Working with Whistleblowers
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox

September 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ objects to treatment of Milwaukee photojournalist
• SPJ News: John Ensslin installed as national SPJ president
• SPJ News: SPJ awards 2011 Wells Key to Al Cross
• SPJ News: SPJ names Brian Eckert Regional Director of the Year
• SPJ News: Soledad O’Brien and Jeff Fager address Excellence in Journalism Conference
• SPJ News: Information on SPJ board approving modest dues increase
• SPJ News: Jean Otto, first female SPJ president, has died
• SPJ News: Journalism groups object to health officials removing publicly available database

August 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ supports student newspaper and editor after University of Kentucky’s heavy-handed action
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Mead Loop as Outstanding Campus Adviser
• SPJ News: SPJ honors three individuals for extraordinary contributions to journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Chicago Tribune in freedom of information case
• SPJ News: SPJ honors campus chapters for national and regional excellence
• SPJ News: SPJ honors professional chapter excellence
• SPJ News: Mark Woods receives $75,000 Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: Asra Q. Nomani and Barbara Feinman Todd honored with 2011 Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Associated Press staff with Pulliam First Amendment Award
• Quill: Chapter and SPJ News
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile - Sheri Fink
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituary – Lily Pagratis Venson
• Quill: Ten with Stephanie McMillan
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ honors one individual and one newspaper for First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors three individuals, one newspaper with Sunshine Award

July 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Linda Petersen and Rebecca Baker with Howard S. Dubin Outstanding Pro Member Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Tara Puckey with Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds ABC for new checkbook journalism policy
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Washington City Paper in SLAPP case
• SPJ News: SPJ supports WSJ reporter Jesse Eisinger in New York shield law case

June 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee decries checkbook journalism – again – with news coverage of Casey Anthony
• SPJ News: SUNY student awarded First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ names The Working Press staff for the Excellence in Journalism 2011 conference
• SPJ News: Minnesota Public Radio News receives SPJ New America Award for Somali coverage
• Quill: (Not So) United
• Quill: A Special Note from the President-Elect
• Quill: And the Shutter Stood Still
• Quill: Call for Board Candidates
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: It’s All About the Training: Get What You Want, When You Want It
• Quill: Letters to the Editor
• Quill: Member Profile - Shannon Farhoud
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Ten - with Andre Malok and Amy Ellis Nutt
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox

May 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ announces winners of the 2011 High School Essay Contest
• SPJ News: Announcing winners of the 2010 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ concerned over detention of journalist Dorothy Parvaz
• SPJ News: Announcing winners of the 2010 national Mark of Excellence Awards for collegiate journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Award Winners

April 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ opposes Ill. law limiting coverage of police conduct
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Quill: Gone But Not Forgotten: Ethics Guidelines From Phil Record
• Quill: 21st-Century Journalism Requires 21st-Century Code
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Keeping Up With Changing Terms
• Quill: Member Profile - Samuel Goldman
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituary - Richard Goehler
• Quill: Should SPJ Update the Code of Ethics?
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Quill: Ten - with Fake AP Stylebook Founders
• Quill: The Current Code is Inclusive and Flexible
• Quill: What-Who-Why-How: Using SPJ's New Ethics Book
• Quill: Words and Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Editorial: Where's the transparency Obama promised?

March 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2010 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ joins fight for national access to records in Va.
• SPJ News: SPJ president urges Maryland senators to amend Bill 740
• SPJ News: Cuillier: Utah is 'darkest abyss in the U.S.'
• SPJ News: SPJ gives Utah national “Black Hole Award” for egregious anti-transparency law
• SPJ News: SPJ reaction to Utah law restricting public records: ‘This is not how democracies function’

February 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ signs on to letter requesting greater access to Congressional Research Service reports
• SPJ News: SPJ: Remember ethics in wake of fake phone call with Wisconsin governor
• Quill: Revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia Test Press Freedoms
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns attacks on press in Egypt, tells other governments to take note
• Quill: 10 Steps For Any News Startup
• Quill: Digital Media/Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President: Shield vs. SHIELD
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Grow Online: Protect Your Content
• Quill: Ideas Need Innovation; News Needs Innovators
• Quill: Letters to the Editor
• Quill: Member Profile - Hank Klibanoff
• Quill: Michigan's Morphing Media
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Project Managers - Game On
• Quill: So You Think You Can Freelance?
• Quill: Special Section: Journalism Entrepreneurship
• Quill: Ten - with Ken Rudin
• Quill: What Makes For A Good Grant Proposal?
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

January 2011
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Mississippi TV station’s fight to air detention center video
• SPJ News: SPJ board of directors votes to retire Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Maryland defamation requirements protecting journalists and lawyers
• SPJ News: SPJ executive committee refers Helen Thomas Award decision to full board of directors

December 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief in Penn. libel case
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief to fight restrictions on N.J. shield law
• Quill: Letters to the Editor - feedback on Helen Thomas awards
• SPJ News: Journalism and First Amendment groups ask Tarleton State to stop stifling open records
• SPJ News: SPJ president urges AP to continue internship programs
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Evergreen Freedom Foundation’s battle for public records
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Landing the Education Gig
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituaries
• Quill: Phil Record's Impact on SPJ
• Quill: Profiling the President
• SPJ News: SPJ statement on ethical journalism in response to latest WikiLeaks release
• Quill: Sunrise, Sunset
• Quill: Ten with Tracy Record
• Quill: What the Patch?
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

November 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ supports FCC fight against public access limitations
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns attacks on Russian journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ names home of anti-slavery publisher as 2011 Historic Site in Journalism
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for SPJ’s annual Sigma Delta Chi Awards in journalism
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Mark of Excellence Awards competition for collegiate journalism

October 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ names Regional Director of the year
• SPJ News: SPJ board member to speak on PRSA conference panel
• SPJ News: SPJ President Hagit Limor’s installation speech
• Quill: From the New President
• Quill: From the Outgoing President
• SPJ News: SPJ elects 2010-11 Board of Directors during national convention
• SPJ News: SPJ supports NAACP access to Maryland police records
• Quill: Accessing America from a Chevy Impala
• Quill: Chapter and Member News
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: Amber Stearns
• Quill: More Than Pretty Words (Hopefully)
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Ten with Smári McCarthy
• Quill: Then vs. Now
• Quill: This American Snapshot
• Quill: Where are the Watchdogs?
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: Hagit Limor installed as SPJ president
• SPJ News: SPJ awards 2010 Wells Key to Irwin Gratz
• SPJ News: New media pioneer Rob Curley discusses hyper-local future of news at SPJ Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ continues fight for federal shield law
• SPJ News: SPJ sends letter to senators urging vote on federal shield law

September 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ to Congress: Delay on shield law hurts the American public
• SPJ News: SPJ honors professional chapter excellence
• SPJ News: SPJ supports fight against California law restricting free speech
• SPJ News: SPJ honors campus chapters for national and regional excellence

August 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ honors John Dycus and David Nicklaus with Howard S. Dubin Outstanding Professional Member Awards
• SPJ News: New York Times’ Jim Dwyer awarded $75,000 to study Internet’s impact on human rights
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Herschel Fink, Carol Rosenberg and David Cuillier with First Amendment Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Tennessee United Methodist Communications reporter in fight against subpoena
• SPJ News: Richard Hendrickson honored with 2010 Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ supports The Denver Post in bid for governor’s phone records
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Jenny Unbi You with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors four individuals, one newspaper with Sunshine Award
• Quill: Covering the Spill
• SPJ News: SPJ names three Fellows of the Society
• SPJ News: SPJ honors S.C. reporter with Pulliam First Amendment award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Bill Shory with Ethics in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors David Perlman with lifetime achievement award
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Introduction - the 2009 Sigma Delta Chi Awards
• Quill: Letters to the Editor
• Quill: Member Profile - Richard Roth
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Art/Graphics
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Magazines
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Newsletters
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Newspapers/Wire Services
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Online Reporting
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Radio
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Research
• Quill: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Winners - Television
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief supporting National Law Journal in prior restraint case
• Quill: SPJ/Chapter News
• Quill: Ten with Dan Christensen
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

July 2010
• SPJ News: Editorial: Time to Pass Federal Shield Law
• SPJ News: SPJ president to senators: pass the shield law
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief in First Amendment case involving Westboro Baptist Church
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for unfettered press access stemming from recent incidents in Gulf region
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Michele Boyet with Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment Award

June 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Congress to push forward with anti-libel tourism bill
• SPJ News: SPJ gives grants for programs that bring the press and the public together
• SPJ News: SPJ encourages members of Congress to keep fraud records open and whistleblowers safe
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Florida Atlantic University administration to lift threats against student press
• SPJ News: SPJ announces New America Award winners
• SPJ News: SPJ names The Working Press staff for the 2010 National Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ urges government transparency regarding Gulf oil spill
• Quill: Downsized but not Struck Out
• Quill: Ethical Negotiations - Talking it Through
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Job Advice to Young Sportswriters
• Quill: Journalists to Follow
• Quill: Journalists to Follow (Part 2)
• Quill: Reforming Journalism: The Rest of the Story
• Quill: The Great Balancing Act

May 2010
• Quill: Chapter News / People & Places
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Education Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Freedom of Information Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Generation J - May/June 2010
• Quill: Global Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Letters to the Editor
• Quill: Member Profile - Aiesha Little
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox - May/June 2010
• Quill: Obituaries - May/June 2010
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox - May/June 2010
• SPJ News: Restraining order against Wyoming newspapers is revoked
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns censorship of Wyoming newspapers
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Mark of Excellence national winners
• SPJ News: Announcing winners of the 2009 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Award Winners

April 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ Legal Defense Fund supports travel blogger in libel suit
• SPJ News: SPJ announces the winners of the 2010 High School Essay Contest
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee opposes letting sports team cover itself
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief supporting FOI laws in W. Va.
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ is outraged by police raid of student newspaper in Virginia
• SPJ News: SPJ concerned over murders of Honduran journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ names University of Mississippi 2010 National Historic Site in Journalism
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: Coded Controversy
• Quill: From the President - March/April 2010
• Quill: Letters to the Editor
• Quill: Member Profile - Jessica Durkin
• Quill: Obituaries - March/April 2010
• Quill: Ten with Kelly McBride
• Quill: The Scientology-St. Petersburg Times Quagmire Continues
• Quill: What is News in the Age of Blog and Tweet?
• Quill: White, Black and Missing on Twitter

March 2010
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Gen J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ speaks out against censorship of student newspaper in Wentzville, Mo.
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee condemns major broadcast networks’ practice of “checkbook journalism”
• Quill: Chapter pushes for open meetings in D.C.
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2009 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief supporting Prison Legal News’ FOIA request

February 2010
• SPJ News: SPJ supports an amendment that promotes government transparency
• Quill: Eastern Kentucky chapter hosts environmental journalism conference
• Quill: From the President
• Quill: Quill Feature: Between the Sword and the Wall
• Quill: Quill Feature: The Rebirth of Photojournalism
• Quill: Quill Feature: When It All Pays Off

January 2010
• Quill: Chapter News Briefs
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Letters to the editor
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituaries
• Quill: Profile: SPJ member Dan Kubiske
• Quill: Ten - with Charles Sennott
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for an end to violence against journalists in Mexico
• SPJ News: SPJ cautions journalists: Report the story, don’t become part of it
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Congress to allow open coverage of health care bill discussions
• SPJ News: SPJ supports St. Louis reporter Jake Wagman
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Illinois court to quash subpoena of former student journalists

December 2009
• SPJ News: NBC News' 'checkbook journalism' crossed ethical line
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders oppose Ohio bill that bans broadcasting 911 calls
• SPJ News: SPJ celebrates passage of shield law bill from committee
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds Obama administration’s transparency efforts
• Quill: Quill Feature: News Hole
• Quill: Quill Feature: The Eternal Optimists
• Quill: Quill Feature: Three's Company
• Quill: Ten - with Rosette Royale
• Quill: Chapter News Briefs
• Quill: Digital Media Toolbox
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation-J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Toolbox
• Quill: Letters to the editor
• Quill: Narrative Writing
• Quill: Obituaries
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: President's Column
• Quill: Profile: SPJ's new executive director
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox

November 2009
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Fairfield University student newspaper over controversial column
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for SPJ’s New America Award competition
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Mark of Excellence Awards competition for collegiate journalism
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for SPJ’s annual Sigma Delta Chi Awards in journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ supports shield law compromise

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

September 2009
• SPJ News: SPJ encourages Senate Judiciary Committee to move forward with shield bill
• Quill: Poll finds lessening trust and satisfaction with news media
• SPJ News: SPJ names new executive director
• SPJ News: SPJ President calls for federal shield law in editorial
• SPJ News: SPJ encourages Committee to move quickly on federal shield law
• SPJ News: Rescue of Times journalist incites joy and caution
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee: Hartford Courant Violated Ethical Standards

August 2009
• SPJ News: Kevin Smith installed as SPJ President
• SPJ News: SPJ awards 2009 Wells Key to Terry Harper
• SPJ News: SPJ names Regional Director of the year
• SPJ News: Embedded journalists share war stories with SPJ Convention attendees
• SPJ News: Roxana Saberi encourages students to pursue journalism goals
• SPJ News: SPJ honors campus chapters for excellence
• SPJ News: SPJ honors professional chapter excellence
• SPJ News: Journalist Roxana Saberi will speak at 2009 SPJ Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders send letter supporting journalism professor
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Generation J Toolbox
• Quill: Global Journalism Toolbox
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ named Minnesota’s Hubbard Broadcasting a National Historic Site in Journalism
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• Quill: 10 - with David Cohn
• Quill: ABC News opens campus bureaus
• Quill: Back to school
• Quill: Bleak adjunct prospects
• Quill: Blurring the line
• Quill: Chapter News - August
• Quill: Member Profile: Taylor Mirfendereski
• Quill: Obituaries - August 2009
• Quill: Small Fry
• Quill: States may pull public notices from newspapers
• Quill: Survey of J-school graduates finds slumping job prospects
• Quill: Tech Tools
• Quill: Thanks for a great year of hard work
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders oppose Venezuelan government's acts against the press
• SPJ News: Survey of J-school graduates finds slumping job prospects
• SPJ News: Survey of job market for recent J-school graduates to be released this afternoon
• SPJ News: SPJ is pleased with the pardon and release of journalists Lee and Ling
• SPJ News: Columbus Dispatch writers win Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award for reporting on FERPA
• SPJ News: SPJ Legal Defense Fund supports student paper's open records lawsuit

July 2009
• SPJ News: A letter from SPJ President Dave Aeikens about the Harper Memorial Fund Auction
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Andrew Seaman with Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Beth Konrad with David L. Eshelman Outstanding Campus Adviser Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Megan J. Peterson with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: Civil Rights-era journalist Robert Churchwell honored with Helen Thomas Award for Lifetime Achievement
• SPJ News: SPJ is saddened to hear of Walter Cronkite's death
• SPJ News: SPJ and RTNDA will hold a joint Convention in 2011
• SPJ News: Max Branscomb honored with 2009 Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Online Deadline Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Online Investigative Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Online Non-Deadline Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Online Public Service Journalism
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: General Column Writing
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: Newsletter Journalism
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Editorial Writing
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Foreign Correspondence
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Sports Column Writing
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: Newspaper Washington Correspondence
• Quill: SDX Award Winner: Research about Journalism
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Editorial Cartoons and Informational Graphics
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Magazine Categories
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Feature Writing
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Public Service Circulation
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Photography
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Radio Categories
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Television Documentaries
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Television Feature Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Television Public Service
• Quill: SDX Awards Winners: Television Breaking News Coverage
• Quill: SDX Winners: Television Investigative Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Deadline Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Investigative Reporting
• Quill: SDX Award Winners: Newspaper Non-Deadline Reporting
• Quill: Chapter News - June/July
• Quill: Diversity Toolbox
• Quill: Education Toolbox
• Quill: Ethics Toolbox
• Quill: FOI Toolbox
• Quill: Freelance Toolbox
• Quill: Help SPJ pass the Shield Law this summer
• Quill: International Toolbox
• Quill: Member Profile: America Arias
• Quill: Narrative Writing Toolbox
• Quill: Obituary - Bill Brannigan
• Quill: Words & Language Toolbox
• SPJ News: SPJ names three Fellows of the Society
• SPJ News: SPJ honors publications and journalists with First Amendment Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ honors the Project On Government Oversight with the Sunshine Award
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders take Shield Law to Capitol Hill July 13-14
• SPJ News: Annual convention auction will benefit Terry Harper Memorial Fund

June 2009
• SPJ News: SPJ assembles search committee for new executive director
• SPJ News: SPJ outraged over 12-year sentence of U.S. journalists Lee and Ling
• SPJ News: SPJ executive director Terry Harper passes away after battle with cancer

May 2009
• SPJ News: SPJ announces New America Award recipients
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2008 Mark of Excellence Awards National Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ celebrating release of Roxana Saberi, held in Iran since January
• SPJ News: Winners of 2009 High School Essay Contest
• SPJ News: Ethics Committee: News council should abandon 'virtual hearing'
• Quill: 'The world's most isolated country'
• Quill: 'They' say? Who says?
• Quill: 10: Ken Paulson
• Quill: Another dose for headaches
• Quill: Artist/writer finds way to bridge the divide
• Quill: Avoid wardrobe malfunctions
• Quill: Building blocks to a good story
• Quill: Enjoy the freelancer’s journey
• Quill: Happy birthday, 'Broadcast News'
• Quill: Honoring a landmark with SPJ’s Historic Site in Journalism Award
• Quill: Landing a job in today’s economy
• Quill: Now is America’s ‘biracial moment’
• Quill: Shooting ourselves in our feet
• SPJ News: SPJ joins case supporting open records in West Virginia Supreme Court
• Quill: Who is the Iraqi shoe-thrower?
• Quill: Women on a Mission in Pakistan and Afghanistan

April 2009
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces partnership with Helium.com to promote citizen journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on North Korea to release Current TV journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ opposes reinstatement of Fairness Doctrine
• SPJ News: SPJ extends membership benefits for laid-off journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on Iran to release journalist, says eight-year sentence is “outrageous”
• Reading Room: FERPA: Murphy’s Law
• SPJ News: Announcing winners of the 2008 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ demands release of American journalist held in Iran
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• Quill: 10 with Bob Steele
• Quill: And the award goes to ... you
• Quill: Canvassing Coverage from Bush to Obama
• Quill: FOI scavengers seek out records
• Quill: How to report on race in the most ethical ways
• Quill: It's better to be a journalist
• Quill: Learning to keep stereotypes at bay
• Quill: Narrative stories connect with readers
• Quill: Recognizing World Press Freedom
• Quill: Remedies for headaches
• Quill: Restoring the public’s faith in news media credibility
• Quill: Reviving fairness in journalism
• Quill: Working to bridge the divide
• SPJ News: 2009 SPJ Narrative Writing Workshops locations
• SPJ News: SPJ encouraged after Shield Law passes House, shifts focus to less-certain Senate

March 2009
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ pleased at passage of Shield Law bill by House Judiciary Committee
• SPJ News: Announcing 2008 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief supporting truth as a defense against libel
• SPJ News: SPJ member pioneers use of Twitter in federal court
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on Iran to release journalist
• Quill: Chapter News
• Quill: Chapter News March
• Quill: Don't start the year wrong
• Quill: Facebook blurs the lines of friendship
• Quill: Flashback: Toxic Error
• Quill: How SPJ can help freelancers
• Quill: How to best re-write history
• Quill: Italian job: Getting work as a reporter is no easy assignment
• Quill: Join us in celebrating 100 years of SPJ at DePauw University in April
• Quill: Journalism history is merely a list of surprises
• Quill: Obituaries
• Quill: Pauley seeds project: Task force’s goal to help education
• Quill: Quill Flashback: Women's Right to Write
• Quill: Using shoe leather and ingenuity
• Quill: Watch out for privacy creeps
• Quill: Why the race debate is far from over
• Quill: Write what you know

February 2009
• SPJ News: SPJ supports appeal of Prison Legal News to keep records open in Tennessee
• SPJ News: SPJ encourages journalists to support Shield Law after introduction in Congress
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds efforts of Congress to address libel tourism

January 2009
• Quill: Be accountable to your public
• Quill: Fighting censorship on campus
• Quill: Future of news might not be rosy, but there’s always reason to hope
• Quill: Grappling with feelings, not facts
• Quill: IDA B. WELLS
• Quill: Moving up the newsroom ladder
• Quill: Obituaries
• Quill: People and Places
• Quill: Public’s right to public records
• Quill: Realigning for the online world
• Quill: SPJ Report
• Quill: The future of media and Obama
• Quill: The View From the Ground in Iraq and Afghanistan
• Quill: Time to stop talking, start doing
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds President Obama for recognizing importance of open government
• SPJ News: SPJ joins amicus brief supporting appeal to open death records at Nebraska mental hospital
• SPJ News: SPJ asks members of Congress to hold hearings on restrictive Department of Education rule change

December 2008
• Quill: Always be succinct
• Quill: Cheer up, freelancers
• Quill: Educating the educators
• Quill: Great stories don't write themselves
• Quill: How does Wikipedia measure up?
• Quill: Ireland native brings sunshine to Utah, U.S.
• Quill: Naughty and nice, and bowl games' proper names
• Quill: Our profession is just changing, not dying.
• Quill: Public's business is public
• Quill: The Future of Newspapers
• Quill: The story tourists never see in Tunisia
• Quill: Think outside the newsroom
• Quill: Thrill of victory, agony of defeat
• Quill: Tips for landing a job
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on NBC to rectify lack of disclosure of analyst’s conflicts of interest
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Wisconsin newspapers’ appeal for access to public information

November 2008
• SPJ News: SPJ supports Indiana newspaper in appeal of $1.5 million libel suit
• SPJ News: SPJ urges President-elect Obama to continue support for media shield law
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces Sponsorship Agreement with Getty Images
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Sigma Delta Chi and New America Awards in journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ encourages Nevada court to release public records to newspaper
• Quill: An Inexhaustible President
• Quill: Beyond the blotter: Crime stories with a difference
• Quill: Can we finally stop counting colors?
• Quill: Celebrating 100 years of SPJ
• Quill: Fight for free press
• Quill: Finding Stories Off the Beaten Path
• Quill: Member Profile: Erin Riley
• Quill: Obituaries
• Quill: Pushing for better FOI laws
• Quill: Pushing the ultimate story: yours
• SPJ News: Saint Paul City Attorney’s Office Requesting Affirmative Contact From Journalists Arrested During Republican National Convention Protests
• Quill: Source credibility is part of our duty
• Quill: The 2008 Wells Memorial Key
• Quill: The Jena 6
• Quill: Twittery-Do-Dah, Twittering Pays
• Quill: Watch what they say
• Quill: Weaving a story into a tale
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Mark of Excellence Awards competition for student journalism
• Reading Room: Celebrating 100 years of SPJ
• Reading Room: Member Profile: Erin Riley
• Reading Room: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Makes an Impact with Some Out-of-the-Box Thinking

October 2008
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports Petition to Supreme Court Asking for Openness in Civil Cases

September 2008
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports Gagged California Newspaper Through Amicus Brief
• SPJ News: SPJ: Wall Street Bailout Proposal Grants too Much Unchecked Authority to Executive Branch
• SPJ News: SPJ Pleased with St. Paul’s Decision to Drop Charges Against Journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ Sends Letter to Quinnipiac President Expressing Extreme Concern
• SPJ News: 2008 Wells Key Awarded to Bill McCloskey
• SPJ News: Dave Aeikens Installed as SPJ President
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Regional Director of the Year
• SPJ News: Scripps CEO: Newspapers Need Less Stenography, More Storytelling
• SPJ News: SPJ Urges St. Paul Mayor to Drop All Charges
• SPJ News: SPJ Concerned Over RNC and DNC Arrests
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee Highlights Journalism Highs and Lows From Past Year

August 2008
• Quill: ‘An Opportunity Lost’
• Quill: Chilling Free Speech
• Quill: Concealed Weapons, Concealed Records?
• Quill: Context Clues
• Quill: Don’t give readers whiplash
• Quill: Federal shield law’s future remains uncertain
• Quill: FOIA requests challenge freelancers
• Quill: From news to novels
• Quill: Investigative insights
• Quill: Leap the Native American journalistic divide
• Quill: Learning ethics as a second language
• Quill: Parting the Clouds
• Quill: Public Information Theft
• Quill: Speak for the silent
• Quill: SPJ has a vital role in this changing profession
• Quill: Survey: Sunny news amid industry turmoil
• Quill: Toward a more transparent government
• Quill: Wrangle that wiggle room away from agencies
• SPJ News: SPJ honors professional chapter excellence
• SPJ News: SPJ honors campus chapters for excellence
• SPJ News: Detroit Free Press writers to receive Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award for reporting on mayor
• SPJ News: Groups express concern over media’s partnerships with health organizations
• SPJ News: Atlanta Journal-Constitution writer awarded $75,000 to investigate media’s role in war
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Breanne Coats with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Elvia Malagon with Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Kathleen Wickham with David L. Eshelman Outstanding Campus Adviser Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors two with Howard S. Dubin Outstanding Professional Member Award
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders: Opponents to shield law off target
• Reading Room: Survey: Job market remains steady for recent graduates
• SPJ News: Caryl Rivers Honored with Helen Thomas Award for Lifetime Achievement
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Lydia Chavez with Distinguished Teaching Award
• SPJ News: SPJ names three Fellows of the Society
• SPJ News: SPJ honors acclaimed writer, Illinois center with First Amendment awards
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Glen Mabie with Ethics in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Robert Faturechi, Teri Henning and Laurie Roberts with Sunshine Awards
• Quill: Career: Degrees should serve some life skills on the side
• Quill: Democratizing Media
• Quill: Diversity: Tips for covering gay marriage fairly
• Quill: Ethics: Fundamentals should still apply, even in digital age
• Quill: FOI: New FOIA amendments speed records requests
• Quill: Freelance: Freelancing advice from the ivory tower
• Quill: Gems: School stories: show & tell
• Quill: Gen J: Some essentials are only learned on the job
• Quill: Global: Here or there, media training is everywhere
• Quill: Learning never ends
• Quill: Miami Matchmaker
• Quill: Narrative Writing: Consider every story a narrative opportunity
• Quill: Ten: Chris Matthews
• Quill: Words & Language: Book critics could use some critiquing

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

June 2008
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Narrative Writing Workshop in Richmond, Va.
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders express disappointment in First Amendment violation in Miami
• SPJ News: SPJ mourns the death of Tim Russert
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Citizen Journalism Academy in Los Angeles
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders appalled by Pennsylvania court action
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Ethnic Media Training in Idaho
• SPJ News: SPJ signs letter of support to protect whistleblowers

May 2008
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders say latest grand jury order demonstrates need for federal shield law
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation seeking nominations for the $75,000 Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Seeks Nominations for the Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Citizen Journalism Academy in Greensboro, N.C.
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2008 High School Essay Contest scholarship winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces recipients of the 2007 New America Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Mark of Excellence Award National Winners
• SPJ News: Letter to Ban Ki Moon regarding the denial of press credentials to the journalists of Taiwan
• SPJ News: SPJ announces Sigma Delta Chi Award winner for TV Feature Reporting (Network/Top 25 Markets) Category
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Narrative Writing Workshop in Gainesville, Fla.
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Narrative Writing Workshop in Houston
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders express concern over Pentagon’s military domestic propaganda operation
• Quill: Beating burnout
• Quill: Creating pictures with words
• Quill: Fanfares for the common man and woman
• Quill: Finding the story
• Quill: Getting Away
• Quill: Keeping The Faith
• Quill: Omitting Race: Politically correct or good crime reporting?
• Quill: Once-bright future of Central Asia now fading
• Quill: Overcoming Trauma
• Quill: Plagiarism: Do we really understand it?
• Quill: Scott Maben appointed to SPJ's national board
• Quill: SPJ signs brief in support of former USA Today reporter
• SPJ News: SPJ to launch Citizen Journalism Academy in Chicago
• Quill: Take pride in your work, but take care of yourself
• Quill: The Investment Puzzle
• Quill: The pursuit of hapiness
• Quill: Use the Internet effectively to find data

April 2008
• SPJ News: Chamberlin wins FOI Award from SPJ, NFOIC
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ appoints Amy Green to Freelance Committee Chairwoman post
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Narrative Writing Workshop in Des Moines, Iowa
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders pleased with Democratic hopefuls’ support of a federal shield law
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2007 Sigma Delta Chi Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders pleased with Sen. John McCain’s support of a federal shield law
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders second Phoenix chapter in condemning editor’s use of racial slur
• Reading Room: Solo journalism advice
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders urge Bush Administration, Department of Justice to forego shield law legislation opposition

March 2008
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Quill: $11,125 doled out for Ethics Week programs
• Quill: 10 great FOI programs for chapters, newsrooms
• Quill: A Congressman's Past
• Quill: A Media-Savvy Killer
• Quill: Adherence to ethics key to restoring faith
• Quill: Be a fit writer: cut the flab from your stories
• Quill: Brown-bag Ethics
• Quill: Copperating With The Government
• Quill: Give a gift to yourself: Take a retreat
• Quill: Journalism job market is no secret: Networking is king
• Quill: Journalists in Paraguay have tough road ahead
• Quill: More debates better for electoral process
• Quill: Offensive Images
• Quill: Profiles in persistence
• SPJ News: SPJ to host Narrative Writing Workshop in San Jose
• Quill: The language of race
• Quill: The Sting
• Quill: Thinking diffferently can bring great stories
• Reading Room: Diversity Curriculum
• SPJ News: Leaders of the Society of Professional Journalists appoint Scott Maben to national board
• Reading Room: Freedom of Information needs naming overhaul
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2007 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: Letter to NBA Commissioner David Stern regarding Dallas Mavericks media policy
• SPJ News: SPJ sends letter of protest after NBA ownerbans bloggers from locker room
• Reading Room: My Journey to Ghana
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders sign amicus brief in support of former USA Today reporter
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists Chapter Expresses Grave Concern Over Cutbacks at MediaNews Papers in Northern California--Calls for Greater Accountability for Effects on News Coverage
• Quill: Beachhead News
• Quill: Brilliant Broadcasts
• Quill: Change happens: Deal with it
• Quill: Collector offers insight to getting info you need
• Quill: Crunching the numbers on housing discrimination
• Quill: Emotion is the heart of every narrative story
• Quill: Field Recording 101
• Quill: Get a camera and go! It's the only way to learn
• Quill: How one old reporting dog learned new multimedia tricks
• Quill: Let SPJ help prepare your next leader
• Quill: Ordinary assignment teaches frightening lesson
• Quill: Print and Online: The Balancing Act
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists pleased over judge’s ruling in WikiLeaks case
• Quill: Taking Web News To its Logical Extreme
• Quill: The New Darwinism
• Quill: Use comma sense when constructing stories
• Quill: What we do can change a country
• Quill: Young journalists share 'mojo' moments

February 2008
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists signs amicus brief in support of Web site
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders: Latest contempt ruling demonstrates need for federal shield law
• Reading Room: Gannett-owned student newspapers: An update
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2008 Narrative Writing Workshops sites
• SPJ News: SPJ signs letter opposing Bush Administration’s attempt to shift critical FOIA funds to Department Of Justice

January 2008
• SPJ News: Letter of support to Montclarion editors and staff
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders send letter of support to Montclarion editors amid SGA freezing paper’s funding
• SPJ News: Postmark deadline approaching for Sigma Delta Chi Awards competition
• Quill: Alternative Newsweeklies: Growing Up
• Quill: As newsrooms make cuts, put training first
• Quill: Avoid 'tin-ear' prose
• Quill: Better reporting during the 'Mormon moment'
• Quill: Dream big, but be realistic when writing a narrative
• Quill: Empower readers, viewers with FOI advice
• Quill: Financier Backs Project to Beef Up Investigative Reporting
• Quill: Keep an eye on the world with these reliable sites
• Quill: Life balance is the key to avoiding burnout
• Quill: Nonprofit Newshounds
• Quill: Social Networking Sites
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders praise adoption of Utah shield rule
• Quill: SPJ Sunshine Network to identify FOI problems, candidate positions for 2008
• Quill: Suicide coverage doesn't have to be taboo
• Quill: The Best of 2007
• Quill: The game is out there
• SPJ News: SPJ effort leads to improved prison access
• SPJ News: SPJ-endorsed letter grants increased space to print news reporters in Capitol Visitors Center
• SPJ News: Entry deadline approaching for SPJ’s annual student Mark of Excellence Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders pleased over FOIA bill signing

December 2007
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders commend passage of amended FOIA bill in House
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders commend passage of amended FOIA bill, hope House will take similar steps
• Reading Room: Act now to prevent leaders from rewriting their own history
• Reading Room: Revised OPEN Government Act: Complete details and analysis
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders call Minnesota Police Department’s administrative subpoenaof reporter phone records an abuse of public power
• SPJ News: 58th Annual Green Eyeshade Excellence in Journalism Awards Call for Entries
• Reading Room: Media crisis deepens in Pakistan
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders endorse letter supporting Presidential Records Act Amendments of 2007
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for SPJ’s New America Award
• Reading Room: For the newsie on your gift list

November 2007
• SPJ News: SPJ Sunshine Network to identify FOI problems, candidate positions for 2008
• Quill: Additional Winner in 2006 SDX Awards
• Quill: Bloggers vs. Journalists
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Sigma Delta Chi Awards competition
• Quill: Clint Brewer
• Quill: Ethical questions that bother us so
• Quill: Fight for the First Amendment
• Quill: Fires provide lessons to reach diverse crowd
• Quill: Join us and your peers: fight the good fight
• Quill: Legal Defense Fund Auction
• Quill: Making it count
• Quill: Mark of Excellence
• Quill: National Award Winners
• Quill: Nepal improving but still bears watching
• Quill: Seven strategies for getting bylines
• Quill: Shame on them
• Quill: Stories are stories
• Quill: Watergate: 35 years later
• Quill: Wells Memorial Key
• Quill: Write with a purpose to avoid blather
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Mark of Excellence Awards competition
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders applaud chapter advocacy efforts
• SPJ News: SPJ signs letter opposing Senate Agriculture Committee’s attempt to keep livestock information secret
• SPJ News: SDX Foundation gives $20,000 to Oakland journalism collaboration
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists leaders send letter to Utah judge, ask that reporter contempt charge be dismissed

October 2007
• SPJ News: Letter to 5th District Judge James Shumate regarding KUTV Reporter Katie Baker
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists, National Arab American Journalists Association join forces
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists signs letter opposing Department of Interior commercial filming proposal
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders call FEMA-staged news briefing an abuse of public trust
• SPJ News: Denver Press Club Designated Historic Site in Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ President, National FOI Chairman issue letter to Pennsylvania lawmakers to oppose state's open records bill
• SPJ News: SPJ commends Commercial Appeal journalists for stance against news sponsorship
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders call arrests of Village Voice Media executives ridiculous, unnecessary
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders praise House Representatives for passing the Free Flow of Information Act of 2007
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders commend House vote of H.R. 2102, call upon representatives’ support for passing
• SPJ News: SPJ President Christine Tatum announces personal awards
• SPJ News: Bay Area Media Collaborate to Continue Slain Journalist’s Investigative Work Into Your Black Muslim Bakery
• SPJ News: Entangled journalists discuss ethical implications of Scooter Libby trial, CIA leak
• SPJ News: Former White House press secretaries discuss a day in the life
• SPJ News: Media Bloggers Association president addresses changes to media landscape
• SPJ News: NBC News president to discuss Virginia Tech massacre
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists names Ron Sylvester Regional Director of the Year
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Betsy F. Ashton with 2007 Wells Memorial Key Award
• SPJ News: Washington Post editor speaks about future of the news business
• SPJ News: Watergate legends discuss historical media event during 2007 SPJ convention
• SPJ News: Baghdad bureau chief discusses war during Q&A with veteran press corps reporter Helen Thomas
• SPJ News: Panel debates need for federal shield law that would protect journalists, sources
• SPJ News: U.S. Comptroller urges journalists to report numbers with greater clarity, transparency
• SPJ News: USA Today editor says journalists must teach public about the duty of the press
• SPJ News: White House press reporters debunk lap dog myth
• SPJ News: Sen. Cornyn urges journalists to help in passing a strong federal shield law
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders elated over federal shield law’s passing by Senate Judiciary Committee
• Reading Room: The bad and the ugly: An examination of ethical lapses of the past year

September 2007
• Quill: 10 Tips for Covering City/County Elections
• Quill: 10 Tips for Covering School Board Elections
• Quill: 10 Tips for Covering State Elections
• Quill: Caution: Runaway metaphor alert
• Quill: Documentary captures real-life journalism
• Quill: Documents of death
• Quill: Expecting journalists
• Quill: Great resources abound to diversify election coverage
• Quill: Health and safety: Stories that matter
• Quill: Outgoing president asks members to carry torch
• SPJ News: Peoples’ rights, taxes to be discussed during the 2007 SPJ National Convention & Journalism Conference
• Quill: Put your own life under the microscope
• Quill: Showing off gets you nowhere with readers
• SPJ News: SPJ announces additional winner in the 2006 Sigma Delta Chi Awards
• Quill: Staying the course in cyberspace
• Quill: Study: Journalism industry recovery beginning to level off
• Quill: TEN - Bob Schieffer
• Quill: The Next Mayor
• Quill: Votes and Quotes
• Quill: Writer awarded $75,000 Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
• SPJ News: Former White House press secretaries to discuss their experiences at the 2007 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference
• SPJ News: Reception, Auction to kick off 2007 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists honors campus chapters for excellence
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists honors professional chapter excellence
• SPJ News: SPJ to host panel on federal shield law
• SPJ News: Duke Cunningham case to be discussed during 2007 SPJ Convention & Journalism Conference
• SPJ News: SPJ honors John Seigenthaler with First Amendment award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors The Seattle Times, The Connecticut Network and Bill Chamberlin With Sunshine Awards
• SPJ News: Woodward, Bernstein to discuss Watergate
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Ashlee Clark with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Ralph Izard With Distinguished Teaching Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Rick Brunson with David L. Eshelman Outstanding Campus Adviser Award
• SPJ News: Chuck Stone Honored With Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Claudia Peschiutta with Howard S. Dubin Outstanding Professional Member Award
• SPJ News: SPJ names four fellows of the Society
• SPJ News: Media blogging expert to discuss relationships between journalists, bloggers at the 2007 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference
• SPJ News: Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie to discuss the future of the news business
• SPJ News: Chicago Sun-Times columnist Robert Novak to discuss CIA leak, Scooter Libby trial
• SPJ News: Joe Adams to receive Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award
• Quill: A conversation in 'journalese'
• Quill: A little time can bring big rewards
• Quill: Beating Down Secrecy
• Quill: Cincinnati chapter president works to restore trust in media
• Quill: Cultural studies serve as great story fodder
• Quill: Database Denials
• Quill: Easy to report, easy to forget
• Quill: Federal shield law one step closer to becoming reality
• Quill: Governments Fight Back
• Quill: Know your story limits before getting started
• Quill: Random questions posed to SPJ president
• Quill: Speech communication for the working journalist
• Quill: State of FOIA
• Quill: Ten FOI stories you can start today
• Quill: The fruits of public records

August 2007
• SPJ News: Detroit Free Press writer awarded $75,000 Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
• Quill: Proposed laws threaten Moroccan media
• Reading Room: Converging Curriculum: Finding the Niche
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders encourage journalists to cover sponsor logos on NFL media vests
• SPJ News: SPJ decides against signing National Geographic amicus brief
• SPJ News: Northern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists Mourns Loss Of Chauncey Bailey
• Quill: Anecdotal leads generally miss mark
• Quill: Anonymous Web posts should be curtailed
• Quill: Colombian journalists unite, form federation
• Quill: Education reporting reveals shocking stories
• Quill: Generous student chapter gets more than it bargained for
• Quill: Getting Past 'No'
• Quill: Job search should be balanced, organized
• Quill: Journalists discuss life in newsrooms abroad
• Quill: Make diversity a curriculum core
• Quill: Member works to bring SPJ Close to home
• Quill: Preparing students for the newsroom
• Quill: Reporting on Disabilities: Putting People First
• Quill: SPJ should take a stand on ‘professionalism’
• SPJ News: SPJ signs onto an amicus brief in support of David Paul Hammer (Hammer vs. Ashcroft)
• Quill: Take a risk with everyday assignments
• Quill: The benefits of international media partnerships
• Quill: The Web's Hidden Gems
• Quill: What's in your freelancer profile?
• SPJ News: SPJ commends Senate for passing OPEN Government Act
• Reading Room: It's just too important not to get involved
• Reading Room: Journalism Education goes global in Singapore
• SPJ News: SPJ commends committee’s approval of Federal Shield Law

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

June 2007
• Reading Room: Drawing the line between the press and the source
• Reading Room: SPJ voices support at NAHJ convention
• SPJ News: SPJ leaders respond to MSNBC.com’s investigative report concerning journalists’ political contributions, offers journalism ethics resources
• SPJ News: SPJ signs on to an amicus brief in support of National Geographic in Faulkner v. National Geographic Society
• Reading Room: Keeping Focused on a Free Press in Taiwan
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports S. 595, the Toxic Right -to-Know Protection Act
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Seeks Nominations for the Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award
• Reading Room: ‘You’re the worst one I’ve ever interviewed’
• Reading Room: When to Name Names

May 2007
• SPJ News: SPJ unmasks Kyl as 'Senator Secrecy'
• SPJ News: SPJ announces recipients of the 2006 New America Award
• Reading Room: SPJ Profile: Croatian journalist and professor Dorde Obradovic
• Reading Room: Write brightly, not tritely!
• Reading Room: New grads face a crossroads in pursuit of dream job
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Mark of Excellence Award National Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2007 high school essay contest scholarship winners
• SPJ News: Letter to The Honorable Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations
• Reading Room: The call before the call
• SPJ News: 57th Annual Green Eyeshade Awards 2006 Winners Named
• Reading Room: Crossing the Divide: Al Jazeera Comes to America
• Reading Room: Don’t Expect the Feds to Enforce FOIA
• Reading Room: So How Did George W. Bush Celebrate Sunshine Week? Sorry, That's Classified
• Quill: Covering rural America
• Quill: Diverse group of journalists unite in Southern California
• Quill: Ethics: Just say ‘no, thank you’
• Quill: FOI: Journalists should demand prison access
• Quill: Freelance: Use audio to help tell your stories
• Quill: Generation J: Interviewing the bereaved
• Quill: Global: Whims often lead to Syrian journalists’ woes
• Quill: Let SPJ help you run a smoother newsroom
• Quill: Narrative Writing: Treat all assignments as your own
• Quill: NewsGems: Telling stories in different ways
• Quill: Oppression: Supporting journalists where the press isn't free
• Quill: Reporting abroad: Tips for working overseas
• Quill: Smooth News: Embrace your inner accountant
• Quill: Smooth News: Newsroom numbers — good and bad
• Quill: Smooth News: Put people in situations to succeed
• Quill: Smooth News: Tyranny of the immediate
• Quill: Smooth News: Why do women leave newspaper jobs?
• Quill: Ten: Top Ten
• Quill: Watch the symbols — they ruin (story) flow
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Reading Room: How to break into network news ... and stay there
• Reading Room: Federal shield would protect public's right to know

April 2007
• SPJ News: SPJ announces narrative writing workshops for journalists in San Diego, Columbia, S.C. and Denver
• Reading Room: To be young and in the middle of nowhere
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: Finalists named in 57th annual Green Eyeshade Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2006 Sigma Delta Chi Award Winners
• Reading Room: Stereotypes reflect lazy reporting
• SPJ News: Josh Wolf freed from federal prison, SPJ leaders are pleased
• Quill: 10 common usage problems
• Quill: Advocating for home
• Quill: Cable TV loses way with celebrity ‘news’
• Quill: Do you know race when you see it?
• Quill: For a better story, trim before you file
• Quill: Foundation and SPJ to address public perception of the media
• Quill: Gambia one of the toughest countries for journalists
• Quill: Getting personal
• Quill: Getting to the source
• Quill: Letter to the editor: April
• Quill: Meet your new ethics committee chairman
• Quill: News groups must innovate or die
• Quill: SPJ always working to improve ethics
• Quill: Stick it out or head back to class?
• Quill: Ten: Rick Bragg
• Quill: Travel writing not all fun and sun
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Award Winners

March 2007
• Reading Room: Better by the dozen: 12 quick tips for being a smarter reporter
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Reading Room: Teaching at an all-female university in Dubai poses serious challenges
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2006 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Reading Room: Seven questions you should ask (but no longer have to, because someone else did for you) about where your career is going
• SPJ News: SPJ Legal Defense Fund grant aids photographer’s defense
• SPJ News: SPJ letter praises Sen. Susan Garrett for Senate Bill 729 introduction
• SPJ News: Letter to Susan Garrett, Re: Senate Bill 729
• Quill: ‘Laguna Beach’ a great narrative model
• Quill: 8 simple rules to getting the documents you need
• Quill: A Lifelong passion
• Quill: Balancing early career decisions and personal life no easy task
• Quill: Bridging the generation gap
• Quill: Continuing ed series great for freelancers
• Quill: Eliminate 10 common grammar problems
• Quill: Procrastination: The death of opportunity
• Quill: Reporters show all sides of war
• Quill: Sri Lanka: ‘A land like no other’
• Quill: Ten: Jim Amoss, New Orleans Times-Picayune
• Quill: Think big! SPJ.org could change industry
• Quill: When the audience does the reporting
• Reading Room: Getting the work you want can be a job in its own right
• Reading Room: Interview with Joe Grimm, recruiter for the Detroit Free Press

February 2007
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Announces the $75,000 Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Connecticut officials to drop charges against photographer
• SPJ News: SPJ defends jailed journalist at rally [Updated 2/7/07]
• SPJ News: SPJ defends jailed journalist at rally
• Quill: A community divided
• Quill: Always a storyteller
• Quill: Beware: Old articles might be worth cash
• Quill: Caught up in the chase
• Quill: Death of journalists creates void
• Quill: Diverse sources make for best stories
• Quill: Grappling with diversity and journalistic privilege
• Quill: Have a say in SPJ's future
• Quill: Industry faces an uphill path on the road to diversity
• Quill: Letters to the Editor: February 2007
• Quill: Maine media introduced to New England News Forum
• Quill: Make a resolution to improve newsrooms
• Quill: Naked men get hype, but little respect
• Quill: Next generation of Quill has arrived
• Quill: People and Places: February 2007
• Quill: Six ways to accentuate access
• Quill: Ten: Chris Nolan, Spot-on.com
• Quill: The Thriving Spanish-Language Media
• Quill: Turkish code opposed by media groups
• Quill: When “balance” really isn’t
• Quill: Wordiness quiz
• SPJ News: SPJ Briefs: Army drops Olson subpoena

January 2007
• Reading Room: It’s time for school boards to televise their meetings — and skip the lame excuses
• SPJ News: SPJ, Student Press Law Center partner to support Grambling State journalism students
• Reading Room: Death of a Newscast?
• SPJ News: FOI Alert: Journalist objects to testifying before military tribunal
• SPJ News: Letter to U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Dubik Supporting Sarah Olson
• SPJ News: SPJ Briefs: SPJ Helps Fight for Access [UPDATED 1/9/07]
• SPJ News: SPJ blog praised by U.S. News & World Report

December 2006
• SPJ News: Call for entries announced for annual Sigma Delta Chi Awards competition
• SPJ News: Letter to Senators Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell, RE: Bipartisan Caucuses
• Reading Room: Consider an Internship at Your Newsroom — and See How Much You Can Learn
• SPJ News: Remarks to Federal Communications Commission, Nashville, Tenn.
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists president-elect offers public comment at FCC hearing
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists to perform a unique, new public service
• Quill: Alice in Journalism
• Quill: Be it print or Web, we must always think like storytellers
• Quill: Descriptive language can paint wrong picture
• Quill: Freelance committee spells out new goals
• Quill: Government outsourcing leads to cloaked figures
• Quill: Have a say in SPJ’s future
• Quill: How to be a multimedia superhero
• Quill: Letters to the Editor: December 2006
• Quill: Make the most of your contributions now
• Quill: Make your point; don’t back into a sentence
• Quill: Newspaper works to include blogging in code of ethics
• Quill: People and Places: December 2006
• Quill: Pioneer puts digital concepts to work
• Quill: Singapore laws make life tough for journalists
• Quill: Student makes mark covering national stories
• Quill: The ever-evolving newspaper
• Quill: The Whole Picture
• Quill: Work and Play

November 2006
• SPJ News: Congratulatory letter to Representative John Yarmuth
• SPJ News: Congratulatory letter to Senator James Webb

October 2006
• Reading Room: 10 tips to help reporters with stealthy government
• Reading Room: A few observations to help grads adjust to real world
• Reading Room: Asking right questions a key to minimizing harm
• Reading Room: Asking the right questions about benefits and salaries
• Reading Room: Bad Career Habits: Why Great People Have Not-So-Great Careers
• Reading Room: Beat Guide: Freelance writing
• Reading Room: Beat Guide: Your first beat
• Reading Room: Censor or Be Sacked
• Reading Room: Diverse coverage only way to tell whole story
• Reading Room: Do You Know Your Market Value?
• Reading Room: Don’t let quest for profits co-opt the news media
• Reading Room: Editor Offers Tips for Those Considering Jump to Big Time
• Reading Room: Editors, call professors to get scoop on recent grads
• Reading Room: Enjoy the Indian taco, but don’t stop asking questions
• Reading Room: Fallen journalists remembered for service
• Reading Room: Focus on Burma
• Reading Room: Freelancers beware of proposed federal shield law
• Reading Room: How to be an ‘A-List’ Employee or Candidate
• Reading Room: How universities are teaching (or not teaching) blogging
• Reading Room: I can’t believe I signed the whole thing
• Reading Room: Importance of International/Multicultural Education: Interviews with professors and professionals
• Reading Room: International Media Seminar: First-person perspective
• Reading Room: Journalism educators must leap diversity hurdles
• Reading Room: Keeping Score: Sportswriting and Journalism Education at Berkeley
• Reading Room: Maryland ruling strikes at heart of press freedom
• Reading Room: Maryland ruling strikes at heart of press freedom
• Reading Room: Open Access Overseas
• Reading Room: Public records unearth dangers with carnival rides
• Reading Room: Putting professionalism in the freelance profession
• Reading Room: Reading, Writing & Reality: Will Your Next Job be Online?
• Reading Room: So you want to be a reporter? Here are a few ideas to consider
• Reading Room: States revisiting reporter’s privilege laws
• Reading Room: Striking balance between work and life no easy task
• Reading Room: The Flag Amendment: Reverence Confronts Reason
• Reading Room: Unconscious stereotypes slow newsroom diversity
• Reading Room: University’s FOI project yields scary results
• Reading Room: Using litigation to promote implementation
• Reading Room: What journalism classes missed
• Reading Room: What students can do to be more valuable in the job market
• Reading Room: Work in graduate school defines career path
• Reading Room: Youth must get the message about the value of a free press
• Reading Room: Daily Dilemma
• Reading Room: Did sexual abuse story cross the line of fairness?
• SPJ News: Letter to Rep. Duncan Hunter regarding CNN punishment
• Reading Room: Media must work to ensure fair coverage
• Reading Room: SAD Formula can turn happy ethical results
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Rep. Duncan Hunter to withdraw his Pentagon request to punish CNN
• Reading Room: When is a subject's criminal background relevant?
• Quill: ‘Conscience of SPJ’
• Quill: ‘Horn of Africa’ world’s leading jailer of journalists
• Quill: 10 tips for turning career dreams into reality
• Quill: Be involved, get more out of your membership
• Quill: Ethical debates heat up with JonBenet Fever
• Quill: First Principles of Journalism
• Quill: Getting a good quote doesn’t guarantee a good story
• Quill: Inclusion beyond political correctness
• Quill: It’s up to you to create your own inspiration
• Quill: L.A. Times writer wins Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
• Quill: News organizations get creative to cover Cuba
• Quill: Operate smarter: resell your work
• Quill: Overwriting can be the death of a good story
• Quill: People and Places - October/November
• Quill: Quest for credibility
• Quill: SDX Foundation board ready for new year
• Quill: SPJ’s new president aims to raise awareness about changing face of journalism
• Quill: Students’ work gets statewide exposure thanks to SPJ adviser
• Quill: Ten - Dana Priest
• Quill: The art of access
• SPJ News: SPJ encourages Knoxville News Sentinel to fight reporter suspension from UT

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

August 2006
• SPJ News: Freelance journalist Wolf released on bail
• SPJ News: FOI Alert: Indiana Supreme Court Asked to Review Serial Meetings Abuse Case
• SPJ News: FOI ALERT: Whois Database: Critical Public Access to Web Domains
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds California lawmakers for upholding a free campus press
• SPJ News: SPJ supports release of Paul Salopek
• SPJ News: SPJ Inducts 2006-07 Officers
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Fred Brown with Wells Memorial Key award
• SPJ News: SPJ names Carl Corry regional director of the year
• SPJ News: SPJ awards $30,000 to defend jailed independent journalist
• SPJ News: L.A. Times writer wins $75,000 Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds federal judge’s ruling in warrantless surveillance program
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns ruling to force San Francisco reporters to divulge sources
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Miguel Morales, Kevin Mimms and The Campus Ledger staff with First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Santa Barbara journalists with Ethics Awards
• SPJ News: Mirage Tavern investigation to be revisited during the 2006 SPJ National Convention & Journalism Conference
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Emil Dansker with Howard S. Dubin Outstanding Professional Member Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Renée DeLuca with Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: Terry Francke, Peter Scheer, the California First Amendment Coalition to receive Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Allan M. Siegal with Ethics in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Ryan Nees, Nancy Conway and John Hughes With Sunshine Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Tom Curley with First Amendment award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors chapter excellence
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Gene Murray With Distinguished Teaching Award
• SPJ News: SPJ names three fellows of the Society
• SPJ News: Stan Chambers Honored With Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award
• SPJ News: SPJ to offer Half-Day Training Workshops in Chicago
• Quill: Confessions of a student blogger
• Quill: Core requirement
• Quill: Dangling modifiers: A copy editor’s nightmare
• Quill: Experts: students must prepare for future of citizen media
• Quill: Finding an emotional center is key to a good story
• Quill: Formal mentoring program great for developing staff
• Quill: Government wields power in United Arab Emirates
• Quill: How to crack the DNA code of public records
• Quill: Initiative puts students on investigative front lines
• Quill: Mutual Media
• Quill: On the Rebound
• Quill: Pros vs. Profs
• Quill: SDX Foundation helps equip student journalists for future
• Quill: Share your ethical cases so everyone can learn
• Quill: SPJ should change election procedures to ensure fairness
• Quill: SPJ's resurrection in St. Louis
• Quill: Successful query letters have same basic elements
• Quill: Ten: Jack Shafer
• Quill: The Great Divide
• Quill: Young journalists — take the initiative to better yourselves

July 2006
• SPJ News: Under pressure from SPJ, Federal Emergency Management Agency revamps media relations policy
• SPJ News: 2006 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference to be hosted in Chicago, Keynote Address by Bill Kurtis
• SPJ News: California freelancer receives Legal Defense Fund grant
• SPJ News: Letter to David R. Paulison, Director, Federal Emergency Management Agency
• SPJ News: Governments may restrict access to birth records
• SPJ News: SPJ announces Narrative Writing Workshops in Missoula, Mont.
• Reading Room: Frequent Filers: Businesses Make FOIA Their Business

June 2006
• Quill: A handful of hard lessons for every writer
• Quill: Don’t burden your readers with unneeded history
• Quill: Don’t let society define your true happiness
• Quill: Events belie Russian efforts to better image
• SPJ News: Government out of line in condemning press that reported on surveillance activities
• Quill: Journalists: Be willing to engage the business side
• Quill: Letters to the editor: June/July
• Quill: People and places: June/July
• Quill: Sabbatical a good way to recharge batteries
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, editorial cartooning
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, informational graphics
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photo illustration
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography features
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography spot news
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, sports photography
• Quill: SDX Awards: Magazine investigative reporting
• Quill: SDX Awards: Magazine public service
• Quill: SDX Awards: Magazine writing
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newsletters
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper deadline reporting, over 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper editorial writing, Rick Attig and Doug Bates
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper feature writing, over 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper Foreign Correspondence
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper general column writing
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, less than 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, over 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, over 100,000
• Quill: SDX awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, under 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, over 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, under 100,000
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper sports column writing
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper Washington Correspondence
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, deadline reporting, affiliated
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, deadline reporting, independent
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, investigative reporting, affiliated
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, affiliated
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, independent
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, public service, affiliated
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, public service, independent
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio breaking news reporting, CBS
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio documentaries
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio feature reporting
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio investigative reporting, New Hampshire Public Radio
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio public service
• Quill: SDX Awards: Research
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV breaking news, Network/Top 25 markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV documentaries, network/Top 25 markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV documentaries, other markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, network/ Top 25 markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, other markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, network/Top 25 markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, other markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV public service, network/Top 25 markets
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV public service, other markets
• Quill: Sedition laws continue to stir debate, fear
• Quill: SPJ Report: Benjamin Franklin print shop rededicated
• Quill: SPJ Report: Chapter News
• Quill: SPJ Report: SDX awards more than $200,000 to improve journalism
• Quill: SPJ Report: SPJ gives $1,000 to Utah paper for legal battle
• Quill: SPJ Report: Strong local programming key to getting new members
• Quill: Ten:Hannah Allam
• Quill: The watchdog goes ARF: An Internet survival guide
• SPJ News: SPJ president commends news organizations’ decision to expose secret banking surveillance activities
• SPJ News: Letter to Sheriff Michael Hunt
• SPJ News: Media Expulsion From Guantanamo After Suicides Inappropriate, Counterproductive
• SPJ News: SPJ Letter to Kansas City Royals and Commissioner Bud Selig Urges Reinstatement of Radio Personalities’ Credentials
• SPJ News: SPJ announces recipients of the 2005 New America Award
• SPJ News: Letter to UN Secretary General, Kofi A. Annan

May 2006
• SPJ News: SPJ drafts statement to designate student media as public forums
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Mark of Excellence Award National Winners
• SPJ News: Letter to Sens. Bill Frist, Harry Reid and Trent Lott: Re: Broadcast Equity
• SPJ News: SPJ Gives Support to Federal Shield Law Legislation
• SPJ News: SPJ recognizes the 2005 Green Eyeshade Award“Best of” recipients
• SPJ News: Government tracking of reporters’ calls “outrageous, frightening”
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 2006 high school essay contest scholarship winners
• SPJ News: Letter to Gov. Mike Huckabee, Re: The Arkansas Times Exclusion
• SPJ News: SPJ releases findings from Ocean County College Task Force report
• SPJ News: SPJ announces narrative writing workshops for journalists in Atlanta, St. Louis
• Quill: Are The Watchdogs Still Watching?
• Quill: Asking right questions a key to minimizing harm
• Quill: Beat Guide: Avoid beat “jargon”
• Quill: Beat Guide: Cops and Courts
• Quill: Beat Guide: Editorial writing
• Quill: Beat Guide: Features
• Quill: Beat Guide: Freelance writing
• Quill: Beat Guide: Government
• Quill: Beat Guide: Obituaries
• Quill: Beat Guide: Sports
• Quill: Beat Guide: Time-saving reporting tips
• Quill: Beat Guide: Tips to learning your beat
• Quill: Beat Guide: Your first beat
• Quill: Don’t let quest for profits co-opt the news media
• Quill: If you can’t report, you can’t be a narrative writer
• Quill: Letters to the editor: May
• Quill: Milwaukee Press Club named Historic Site in Journalism
• Quill: Nina Mason Pulliam’s contributions still being felt
• Quill: Presidential election has media hopping in Mexico
• Quill: Scholarship recognizes commitment to First Amendment ideals
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 8 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 9 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• Quill: Ten: Kai Ryssdal
• Quill: Unconscious stereotypes slow newsroom diversity
• Quill: University’s FOI project yields scary results
• Quill: Ursula Dubin remembered for service to SPJ, SDX

April 2006
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns careless use of video news releases
• SPJ News: Ethics Week Web site provides resources, activities to guide responsible journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2005 Green Eyeshade Award Recipients
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2005 Sigma Delta Chi Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 7 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces Narrative Writing Workshops
• SPJ News: Private Campus Police Records Opened By Georgia Legislature
• SPJ News: SPJ Letter Campaign Urges NFL to Reverse Camera Ban
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 11 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 1 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 10 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 12 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 2 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Award Winners

March 2006
• Quill: ‘The story of our lives’
• Quill: Burma among most oppressive for journalists
• Quill: Daily Dilemma
• Quill: Diverse coverage only way to tell whole story
• Quill: Editor: Opinion boards need a strong foundation in ethics
• Quill: Health alert: Never overlook ergonomics
• Quill: Lay or lie? Some simple tips for proper usage
• Quill: Letters to the editor: April
• Quill: Letting sources check your story can be a good thing
• Quill: Maryland ruling strikes at heart of press freedom
• Quill: News councils a good way to restore public trust
• Quill: People and places: April
• Quill: SPJ delegates help shape Asian journalism charter
• Quill: SPJ member returns home to a much different Korea
• Quill: SPJ Report: Chapter News
• Quill: SPJ should strive to reach across borders
• Quill: Strong cover letter, résumé keys to getting noticed
• Quill: Ten: John Allen Jr.
• Quill: To Print or Not To Print
• Quill: Want to be a better storyteller? Read poetry
• Quill: Why SPJ doesn't enforce its code of ethics
• SPJ News: Minnesota Governor Seeks to Limit Access to Public Records
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2005 Region 5 Mark of Excellence Award Winners
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Announces the $75,000 Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces Regional Conference Details For Journalists in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky
• SPJ News: Public Access to Vital Records Threatened by Terrorism Prevention Act
• Quill: 10 tips to help reporters with stealthy government
• Quill: Career: 5 questions you’ve been asking yourself
• Quill: Career: 7 steps to get back on career track
• Quill: Career: A few things to remember about résumé tapes
• Quill: Career: A few tips to help you find and land that second job
• Quill: Careers come in stages, so prove yourself every day
• Quill: Community journalism might be the perfect fit for you
• Quill: Editor offers tips for those considering jump to big time
• Quill: If you’re thinking an academic career might float your boat...
• Quill: Journalism educators must leap diversity hurdles
• Quill: Letters to the editor: March
• Quill: People and places: March
• Quill: Peru becoming a hostile ground for journalists
• Quill: Quest for leisurely lunches gives rise to influential SPJ member
• Quill: Reading, writing and reality: Will your next job be online?
• Quill: SAD Formula can turn happy ethical results
• Quill: SDX Foundation grants help 27 students relocate
• Quill: SPJ Report: Chapters to discuss Knight Ridder sale
• Quill: SPJ Report: Society awards $5,000 for chapter programs
• Quill: SPJ should reconsider how officers are elected
• Quill: Striking balance between work and life no easy task
• Quill: Take a stroll through the land of the ‘freaky deakies’
• Quill: Ten: Jim Romenesko
• Quill: The Top 5 qualities you need to advance your career

February 2006
• SPJ News: Student Journalists Compromised By Supreme Court's Decision
• SPJ News: Attack on Mexican Newspaper Causes Alarm
• SPJ News: Danish Cartoon Coverage Should Be Guided By SPJ Code of Ethics
• Quill: Les Brownlee, SPJ’s first black member, dies at age 90
• Quill: Letters to the editor
• Quill: People and Places
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Awards Contest Deadline Approaching

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

December 2005
• SPJ News: Adviser’s contract termination causes concern
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists criticizes radio station’s sale of naming rights
• SPJ News: Knightstown's secret insurance settlement examined by Indiana appellate court
• SPJ News: SPJ denounces Pentagon’s use of canned news in Iraq
• Quill: 2005 convention roundup
• Quill: Enjoy the Indian taco, but don’t stop asking questions
• Quill: Ethical Firestorm
• Quill: Letters to the editor
• Quill: Life outside of the newsroom is important to career success
• Quill: Many overseas journalists enjoy more press freedoms
• Quill: McKerral earns Wells Key, SPJ’s highest honor
• Quill: Narrative thinking the key to improving stories
• Quill: New president discusses controversial SPJ awards
• Quill: Recent media reports rich with linguistic bloopers
• Quill: Seeking accountability in the Miller saga
• Quill: Something for everyone
• Quill: SPJ freelance committee sets agenda for 2006
• Quill: Standing target
• Quill: States revisiting reporter’s privilege laws
• Quill: Studies: Americans are tuning out traditional news
• Quill: Through Hell and High Water

November 2005
• SPJ News: SPJ condemns high school newspaper censorship in Tennessee
• SPJ News: 2005 SPJ National Convention Resolutions
• SPJ News: Senate seeks to create cradle-to-grave exemption
• SPJ News: EPA seeks to cut off information about pollution

October 2005
• SPJ News: McKerral Awarded Journalism Group’s Highest Honor
• SPJ News: SPJ selects 2005-2006 leaders
• SPJ News: Sinclair should be ashamed of suit against journalist it fired
• SPJ News: SPJ president urges ethical behavior in newsrooms
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Lisa Birkley with 2005 Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Molly McDonough Carson and Elizabeth Kelly Klay with Howard S. Dubin Outstanding Pro Member Award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors Alan Walden with lifetime achievement award
• SPJ News: SPJ honors three as Fellows of the Society of Professional Journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Trish Hartman with 2005 Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Award
• Quill: Awards highlight worst use of ‘plain English’
• Quill: Be prepared for changes... lots of them!
• Quill: Journalism's new bottom line
• Quill: Off the record
• Quill: Pentagon seeks to hide more Abu Ghraib photos
• Quill: Putting professionalism in the freelance profession
• Quill: Questionable procedure
• Quill: What purpose do academic journals really serve?
• Quill: Will your job be outsourced?
• Quill: Citizen journalism continues to surge
• Quill: Getting involved is better than ‘stony detachment’
• Quill: In the eye of the storm
• Quill: Interviewing victims often the hardest part of reporting
• SPJ News: Judith Miller to speak at SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference
• Quill: Katrina may have restored balance
• Quill: Media must work to ensure fair coverage
• Quill: October letters to the editor
• SPJ News: Panelists to discuss coverage of Hurricane Katrina
• Quill: Program gets professionals, students together
• Quill: SPJ, SDX help students displaced by hurricane
• Quill: Thoughts on coverage of Hurricane Katrina
• Quill: Tragedies call for time to put life in balance
• SPJ News: First Amendment Expert Wants to Know What You Think: Journalists Join Las Vegans to Discuss the News Media
• SPJ News: SPJ awards diversity outreach leadership grants

September 2005
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds release of Judith Miller
• SPJ News: SPJ and SDX Foundation step up to provide assistance to students displaced by Katrina

August 2005
• Quill: A trip through the FOI process: federal prisons
• Quill: A trip through the FOI process: state prisons
• Quill: Committees forward SPJ’s missions
• Quill: Community papers: where most journalists get their start
• Quill: Federal FOI Resources
• Quill: Freelancers beware of proposed federal shield law
• Quill: Giving FOIA a face lift
• Quill: Lack of training in agencies at core of FOI blunders
• Quill: Letters to the editor
• Quill: Managing newsroom can be a piece of cake
• Quill: Mystery behind the meat
• Quill: Patience is key to honing journalistic techniques
• Quill: People and Places
• Quill: Philippines loses another broadcast journalist
• Quill: Promoters of public access
• Quill: Push for more news councils sparks debate, controversy
• Quill: State Sunshine Chairs
• Quill: The road to convergence and back again
• Quill: Under fire
• Quill: Understanding the diversity in your community is key
• Quill: Words from the gods can enrich communication
• SPJ News: New Pulliam Editorial Fellow to research mystery of Kennewick Man
• SPJ News: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AT SIGMA DELTA CHI FOUNDATION: DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
• SPJ News: SPJ Leads: More on a shield law, Favorite headlines, First Amendment award recipient
• SPJ News: Kate Martin and the Center for National Security Studies to receive Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: Employment Opportunity at SPJ: Domain Administrator
• SPJ News: SPJ Joins in Criticism of Editorial Cartoon
• SPJ News: SPJ Statement on the Case of Ching Cheong
• SPJ News: SPJ Condemns Russian Action against ABC
• SPJ News: SPJ Statement on Haiti
• Quill: ‘Citizen’ journalism is not professional journalism
• Quill: 2005 candidates seek position on national board
• Quill: A few observations to help grads adjust to real world
• Quill: All journalists should find their own Jack Briggs
• Quill: Are advanced degrees worth the time and effort?
• Quill: Chicago news groups take home first “New America Award”
• Quill: Editors, call professors to get scoop on recent grads
• Quill: From the department of redundancy department
• Quill: Leaders in the making
• Quill: Meet the candidates
• Quill: People and Places
• Quill: SDX awards more than $200,000 in grants
• Quill: Study: News outlets ignore booming Latino population
• Quill: Sunshine Laws should be updated for an e-world
• Quill: Want to be a better leader? Then shut up and listen
• Quill: Youth must get the message about the value of a free press

July 2005
• Quill: ‘Toy department’ deserves more respect
• Quill: Asking the right questions about benefits and salaries
• Quill: Bringing blogs into the classroom
• Quill: Censor or be sacked
• Quill: Importance of an international education
• Quill: Out of the darkness
• Quill: Paris seminar gives students insight into other cultures
• Quill: Public vs. Private
• Quill: Small-town papers can make or break a career
• Quill: Trainning in session
• Quill: We all share blame when students aren’t prepared
• Quill: What journalism classes missed
• Quill: What students can do to be more valuable in the job market
• SPJ News: The Case for a Federal Shield Law
• SPJ News: Help SPJ Raise Support for a Federal Shield Law
• SPJ News: Statement from the Society of Professional Journalists on Miller and Cooper cases

June 2005
• Quill: Anonymous sources needed, but must be used with caution
• Quill: Awards aren’t the only signs of great journalism
• Quill: Don’t just tell the story: tell how the story was done
• Quill: English language has tendency to run wild
• Quill: Groups finally join forces to battle FOI issues
• Quill: Judges knew my future all along, but I didn’t listen
• Quill: Many freelancers benefit from settled class-action suit
• Quill: New America Award honors best of media collaboration
• Quill: People and places
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, editorial cartooning, John Sherffius
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, informational graphics, Los Angeles Times
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photo illustration, Tina Burch
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography features, John Moore
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, photography spot news, Associated Press
• Quill: SDX Awards: Art/Graphics, sports photography, Los Angeles Times
• Quill: SDX Awards: Magazine investigative reporting, Newsweek
• Quill: SDX Awards: Magazine public service, Consumer Reports
• Quill: SDX Awards: Magazine writing, Andrea Simakis
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper deadline reporting, Las Vegas Sun
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper deadline reporting, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper editorial writing, Diane Steinle
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper feature writing, Meredith May
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper feature writing, Sam Eifling
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper Foreign Correspondence, Kevin G. Hall
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper general column writing, Doug Robinson
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, Cheryl Phillips, Steve Miletich, Ken Armstrong
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper investigative reporting, Michele R. Marcucci, Sean Holstege, Ian Hoffman
• Quill: SDX awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, Craig Troianello
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper non-deadline reporting, Joseph Neff, Jay Price, Charles Crain
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, Los Angeles Times
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper public service, The Eagle Tribune
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper sports column writing, Mark Kiszla
• Quill: SDX Awards: Newspaper Washington Correspondence, Lisa Zagaroli
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, deadline reporting, HeraldTribune.com
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, investigative reporting, Newsweek
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, investigative reporting, The Center for Public Integrity
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, CNET News.com
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, non-deadline reporting, DenverPost.com
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, public service, New Jersey Public TV and Radio
• Quill: SDX Awards: Online, public service, The Center for Public Integrity
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio breaking news reporting, CBS
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio feature reporting, Richard Knox, Rebecca Davis, Joe Neel
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio investigative reporting, New Hampshire Public Radio
• Quill: SDX Awards: Radio public service, WFAE 90.7 FM
• Quill: SDX Awards: Research, The Project for Excellence in Journalism
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV breaking news, CBS Evening News
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV documentaries, KUED-TV
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV documentaries, WNET
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, NBC News, Today
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV feature reporting, Rhonda McBride, Phil Walczak
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, CBS News
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV investigative reporting, ESPN
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV public service, Dateline NBC
• Quill: SDX Awards: TV public service, WITI Fox 6
• Quill: SDX: Radio documentaries, The Stanley Foundation and KQED Public Radio
• Quill: Take advantage of your age
• Quill: Three steps to landing your first journalism job
• SPJ News: SPJ disappointed by Supreme Court failure to hear Miller and Cooper cases
• SPJ News: SPJ disappointed in Hosty v. Carter ruling
• SPJ News: SPJ announces winners of new national award honoring collaborative public service journalism by ethnic and mainstream news media
• SPJ News: Georgia Supreme Court Ends Mercer Lawsuit Over Private College Police Records
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2004 Mark of Excellence National Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ statement on detention of Hong Kong journalist Ching Cheong
• SPJ News: Information About Running for SPJ Board of Directors

May 2005
• SPJ News: 2005 High School Essay Contest Scholarship Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ protests United Nations denial of accreditation for Taiwan journalists
• SPJ News: Georgia Public Broadcasting's Susanna Capelouto is Overall Winner of the 55th Green Eyeshade Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2004 Green Eyeshade Award Recipients
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation awards $217,000 in grants to improve journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ task force investigates Marquette
• Quill: A moment in Beijing
• Quill: Computers keep reporters in the office, off their beats
• Quill: Contest highlights need to cross language barrier
• Quill: Curiosity a reporter's best asset
• Quill: Ease your pain. Get a mentor
• Quill: Freelancers reign supreme over extreme journalism
• Quill: Good mental health key to success
• Quill: Journalism gives us freedom to pursue our passions
• Quill: Newspapers must do a better job of attracting youth
• Quill: No matter what your beat is, be an embedded reporter
• Quill: Q&A: Cleo Paskal, freelance writer
• Quill: Q&A: Corey Rich, photojournalist
• Quill: Q&A: Emily Sweeney, Boston Globe reporter
• Quill: Q&A: Larry Olmsted, freelance writer
• Quill: Q&A: Michael Iachetta
• Quill: Q&A: Mike Dorning, war reporter
• Quill: Q&A: Rebecca Wilson, Field editor - Indiana AgriNews
• Quill: Q&A: Samaruddin Stewart, photojournalist
• Quill: Q&A: Sara Blask, Outside magazine intern
• Quill: Q&A: Tom Clynes, freelance writer
• Quill: SPJ condemned use of VNRs long before latest scandals
• Quill: SPJ revitalizing role as journalism educator
• Quill: Sunshine Week helps public meet everyday FOI heroes
• Quill: Tragedy rekindles reasons for leaving journalism
• Quill: Writing-wise, it’s best to avoid clumsy suffixes and prefixes

April 2005
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2004 Sigma Delta Chi Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2004 Green Eyeshade Award Finalists
• SPJ News: SPJ Leads: Birthday celebration, New chapters starting, Free trips!
• Quill: A safe, open forum is key to lively opinion pages
• Quill: Columnist answers questions from journalists
• Quill: Corrections, however painful or funny, needed for credibility
• Quill: Downward spiral
• Quill: Ethical issues have changed rules for writers
• Quill: Ethical matters have varying degrees of danger
• Quill: Ethical questions are often answered by SPJ’s code
• Quill: Ethics - In-brief
• Quill: Ethics AdviceLine going strong
• SPJ News: Ethics Week programs to focus on responsible journalistic practices
• Quill: For many journalists, life is a conflict of interest
• Quill: Freedom of Information - In-brief
• Quill: Heroes in ethics
• SPJ News: Journalism initiative benefitting rural areas
• Quill: Media helping with medical matters
• Quill: Odds and Ends
• SPJ News: Partnership helps SPJ campus chapter succeed
• Quill: Prep sports suspensions must be reported
• Quill: Reporter’s tale shines light on FOI struggles
• Quill: Safety goggles required when teaching diversity
• SPJ News: Schieffer shares knowledge with Maryland students and faculty
• SPJ News: SPJ names California’s KTLA a historic site
• Quill: Stricter rules have many freelancers walking tight rope
• Quill: The ethical dilemma of blogging in the media
• Quill: Tips to help government officials work for you
• Quill: To catch a killer

March 2005
• Quill: Why did they do that?
• SPJ News: An American Freedom Threatened
• SPJ News: SPJ Joins Call for Federal Shield Law Legislation
• Quill: A decade of digitizing Pt.1
• Quill: A decade of digitizing Pt.2
• Quill: Blogging
• Quill: Creating a virtual freelance community
• Quill: Cross-training students key in multimedia world
• Quill: E-Mail Interviews
• Quill: Female scientists too often overlooked as sources
• Quill: From Darkrooms to Digital
• Quill: Get out of your chair, news doesn’t happen in newsrooms
• Quill: It’s time to upgrade your technology skills
• Quill: Journalism 201: Learning about the bottom line
• Quill: Journalism pioneer, SPJ leader retires after 40 years
• Quill: Lawmakers should let sun shine on quasi-public groups
• Quill: Short, clear leads are usually more informative
• SPJ News: SPJ's Legal Defense Fund to receive donation from Wakefield Defense Fund
• SPJ News: SPJ Extends Entry Deadline for New America Award to March 15, 2005

February 2005
• SPJ News: Free Press Takes Hit With Recent Court Rulings
• SPJ News: SPJ Seeking Nominees for New Award Honoring Collaboration Between Ethnic and Mainstream News Organizations
• SPJ News: Ruth Ann Harnisch joins board of directors of the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation
• SPJ News: SPJ task force to investigate adviser dismissal at Marquette University
• Quill: A law to protect
• Quill: AFTER THE TSUNAMI: Above all, I'm a Sri Lankan
• Quill: AFTER THE TSUNAMI: Picking up the pieces
• Quill: An indelible force
• Quill: Be smarter about making your resolutions stick
• Quill: Doctor provides valuable lessons for journalists
• Quill: Economic structure critical to diverse messages in media
• Quill: Homeland security's new policy the ultimate gag order
• Quill: Journalists, entertainers harder to decipher
• Quill: Keeping nose to grindstone when choosing metaphors
• Quill: Political integrity center of journalist's passion
• Quill: Saving lives or selling out?
• Quill: Small-town writers getting it right
• Quill: SPJ leader made a career of breaking barriers
• Quill: Struggling to get paid
• SPJ News: SPJ donates $1,000 toward student’s fight

January 2005
• SPJ News: Buying News: The Federal Government and Armstrong Williams
• SPJ News:  SPJ responds to report on CBS News 60 Minutes’ coverage of Bush Guard Service
• Quill: Counter-punching: Newspaper absorbs hit from hurricane
• Quill: Different takes on what makes a newsroom diverse
• Quill: Media Leaders Forum
• Quill: News of peace and peril comes with South Korea trip
• Quill: Radio’s demise: Tuning out the news
• Quill: The notebook police have turned up the heat
• Quill: Consider yourself 'special' and improve your marketability

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

November 2004
• SPJ News: SPJ supports journalist's decision to keep source confidential
• SPJ News: Charges dropped against BYU student following SPJ intervention
• SPJ News: SPJ: Gutting Disclosure Provisions for Top U.S. Officials is Bad Idea
• SPJ News: SPJ asks that charges be dropped against North Carolina reporter
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation grants National Conference of Editorial Writers Foundation $100,000 for Minority Writers Seminars
• SPJ News: South Florida Chapter outraged at the Palm Beach County Election Supervisor.
• SPJ News: The Society of Professional Journalists Calls for Open Media Access tothe Election Process

October 2004
• Quill: Ban on photos of war dead prompts important history lesson
• Quill: Courtroom Cameras: Issue moves in and out of focus
• Quill: Curley pledges AP's resources to help stem the tide of the public's right to 'no!'
• Quill: DOE ruling helps public crack into campus courts
• Quill: Florida watchdogs bark up right tree
• Quill: Hung up on HIPAA
• Quill: Journalists should get into the lobbying game through coalitions with access advocates
• Quill: Legislation needed to put a stop to SLAPPs
• Quill: Networking is really about connections
• Quill: Privacy trumps right to know
• Quill: There's no 'accounting' for government -- unless you do an audit
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports Sinclair Washington Bureau Chief's Courageous Stand
• SPJ News: Irwin Gratz installed as president of Society of Professional Journalists
• SPJ News: Todd Gillman elected to lead Sigma Delta Chi Foundation
• SPJ News: 2004 SPJ Convention Resolutions

September 2004
• SPJ News: 2004 Pulliam Editorial Fellow to research role of megachurches
• SPJ News: CBS embarrassment illustrates the dangers of anonymous sources
• Quill: On-the-job training
• Quill: Ethics in the classroom
• Quill: Inside these hallowed halls
• Quill: Teaching and studying journalism ethics
• Quill: The principles of the profession
• Quill: What is fair pay?
• Quill: Beware of `techno-journalism'
• Quill: Journalism after 9/11
• Quill: FREELANCING BASICS
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists and Bloomberg Launch Training Program for Reporters
• SPJ News: Brokaw Named Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
• SPJ News: Marquand Awarded Wells Key, Society’s Highest Honor
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Dr. Steven Pasternack with Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors First Amendment and Sunshine Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Dr. George Keeler as the 2004 David L. Eshelman Outstanding Adviser
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Patrick Grzanka as 2004 Julie Galvan Outstanding Graduate
• SPJ News: SPJ Names the 2004 Fellows of the Society
• SPJ News: SPJ Recognizes Outstanding Members and Chapters at National Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces the 2003 Mark of Excellence National Award Winners

August 2004
• SPJ News: Miami Court Reporter Selected for Pulliam First Amendment Award
• Quill: Online resources for reporting
• SPJ News: SPJ calls judge’s decision detrimental to newsgathering process
• SPJ News: Matthew Winkler joins board of directors of the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ Applauds Department of Education Ruling in re Campus Rape Victims Identifying Attackers to the Media

July 2004
• SPJ News: SPJ News Commentary: Think `news value’ when considering coverage
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation awards nearly $167,000 in grants to promote journalism

June 2004
• SPJ News: 2003 Mark of Excellence Regional Award Winners
• SPJ News: 2004 High School Essay Contest Scholarship Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 2003 Mark of Excellence National Finalists
• SPJ News: SPJ asks transit authority not to ban photography and videotaping
• SPJ News: Message from the President

May 2004
• SPJ News: Newspaper Adviser’s Removal Prompts SPJ Task Force Investigation
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for investigation of charges made by journalists
• Quill: We hear you -- and we're glad!
• Quill: A shift of substance
• Quill: Balancing accuracy with independence
• Quill: National coalitions may help fight expanding secrecy
• Quill: Only the methods of stealing are new.
• Quill: Russert:Force candidates to answer tough questions
• Quill: Study shows changes coming for J-students
• Quill: Teaching convergence –But what is it?
• Quill: To check,or not to check?

April 2004
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces Recipients of 2003 Sigma Delta Chi Awards
• SPJ News: 54th Annual Green Eyeshade Excellence in Journalism Award Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ says Scalia should not limit journalists’ coverage of his public appearances
• Quill: Can we get election calls right this time?
• Quill: Do poll stories help voters?
• Quill: Getting past the game
• Quill: MEDIA LEADERS FORUM: When is sex a story?
• Quill: Reporting and endorsing
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on journalists to assist Wakefield
• Quill: Calendar puts open records to good use
• Quill: Find details in small stories
• Quill: Freedoms of the academy are at risk
• Quill: From the Editor: Election coverage: Don't fall short
• Quill: Hispanic leader was a mentor, friend
• Quill: How does the victim get to be the goat?
• Quill: Options for health insurance
• Quill: Russian Center helps journalists reclaim rights
• Quill: Share your experiences with students

March 2004
• SPJ News: 54th Annual Green Eyeshade Awards Finalists
• SPJ News: SPJ objects to bogus news reports and their use by TV newsrooms
• Quill: A job intentionally caught in the middle
• Quill: AIDS coverage has been lost in recent years
• Quill: Business reporting missing in many schools
• Quill: Chilean media face ethical growing pains
• Quill: Cyberspace discussions may violate open meetings laws
• Quill: DIVERSITY IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Ethics calls apply widely
• Quill: ETHICS IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Experience is good, but beware of job hopping
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: International Journalism IN-BRIEF
• Quill: J ED IN=BRIEF
• Quill: Need a career break? Try a fellowship.
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: Plan ahead for tax time
• Quill: Plan for career moves
• Quill: Switch to teaching requires preparation
• Quill: What training do you need?
• SPJ News: Virginia House Votes to Exempt Itself from FOI Act

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

January 2004
• SPJ News: Judge orders private university to release police records
• SPJ News: What if they had voted? SPJ conducts its own $87 billion voice vote on Iraq spending

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

November 2003
• SPJ News: SPJ Condemns $87 Billion Voice Vote; FOI Committee Seeks Each Senator's Stand on Iraqi Appropriation
• Quill: Convention brings FOI recognition and planning
• Quill: Convention paper prepares students for pressure
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Press freedoms hinge on Guatemalan election
• Quill: Start planning for Ethics Week now
• Quill: 2003 Convention
• Quill: Board game puts news knowledge to the test
• Quill: From the Editor: A decision away from disgrace and disrepute
• Quill: From the President: Solutions for journalism, Society require action
• Quill: Lehrman win Wells Key
• Quill: Media Leaders Forum: A killer among us
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: Rescuing Private Lynch – and rescuing journalism pt. 1
• Quill: Rescuing Private Lynch – and rescuing journalism pt.2
• Quill: Temptation rocks Salt Lake newsroom
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on news media to maintain clear separation of news and advertising

October 2003
• SPJ News: Disturbing Trend, or Widespread policy?
• SPJ News: SPJ Mourns Loss of Goodykoontz
• SPJ News: CONCEALED WEAPONS WITH CONCEALED PERMITS?

September 2003
• SPJ News: McKerral Takes Reins of National Journalism Organization
• Quill: Advancing the public’s right-to-know
• Quill: FOI audits continue to bring positive changes
• Quill: Privacy and the ‘fear factor’
• Quill: Project aims to create state FOI law maps
• Quill: The right way, and the ‘Clint Eastwood’ way
• Quill: How did we get a health privacy law?
• Quill: Letting fingers do the walking
• Quill: Medical regulations raise new questions
• Quill: Opening juvenile courts
• SPJ News: Ashcroft speeches should be more accessible to the public and media
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces National Mark of Excellence Awards Winners
• SPJ News: SPJ honors the late Indiana Gov. Frank O'Bannon
• SPJ News: Author and columnist Carl Hiaasen to speak at SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: Coverage of war in Iraq to highlight opening session of SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: CNN International Networks president to speak at SPJ National Convention

August 2003
• SPJ News: A New Version of SLAPP -- Lawsuit Could Chill Reporter-Source Relations
• SPJ News: SPJ pushes for open hearings in Enron case
• SPJ News: San Francisco Chronicle Reporter Wins Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: Pulliam Editorial Fellowship Winner to Study Worldwide Effects of the War in Iraq

July 2003
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Democratic Republic of Congo to overturn sentence against journalist
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports First Amendment Rights of Cartoonist Michael Ramirez
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Ethics week brought plenty of ethics discussion
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Lessons Learned
• Quill: Making race the issue
• Quill: Rebuilding trust
• Quill: Remind people of the good we do.
• Quill: Rising from the ashes
• Quill: Say something different
• Quill: Three heroes honored for FOI work
• Quill: U.S. government expels legitimate reporters
• Quill: Upgrading course offerings
• Quill: Good work counters scandal
• SPJ News: SPJ Calls on Indonesia to Release Journalist and Ease Press Restrictions
• SPJ News: 2003 SPJ convention interns announced

June 2003
• SPJ News: SPJ calls on occupiers of Iraq to avoid censorship
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for immediate extension of Visa Waiver Program to journalists

May 2003
• SPJ News: Flag Desecration Amendment and Cameras in Federal Courts
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces National Mark of Excellence Awards Finalists for Outstanding Student Journalism
• Quill: Black press brought needed change
• Quill: Diversity IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Dumb – or dumber?
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• SPJ News: Ethics, not ethnicity, at heart of Blair plagiarism accusations, SPJ says
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: From the President: Secrecy compromises safety
• Quill: International Journalism IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Mexico prepares for open government laws
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People and Places
• Quill: Push for open meetings yields results
• Quill: War brings ethical discussions
• SPJ News: Open Government Hall of Fame Inducts First Honorees
• Quill: An era of crusaders
• Quill: Covering a community from within
• Quill: From the Editor: Small newsrooms don’t equate to small journalism
• Quill: Global free expression: Three modest goals for American media
• Quill: Pinching pennies:
• SPJ News: In the wake of ethical violations, SPJ calls for public dialogue
• SPJ News: SPJ calls for additional hearings on media ownership rules
• SPJ News: Salt Lake reporters cross ethical boundaries

April 2003
• Quill: All free-speech cases affect journalism
• Quill: Avoiding public panic
• Quill: Chapters plan for Ethics in Journalism Week
• Quill: Deciding which pieces to leave out
• Quill: Diversity IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: From the Editor: The many shades of journalism ethics
• Quill: From the President:Truth isn’t only valuable in stories
• Quill: Getting past biases is a tough act
• Quill: HBCUs seek accreditation
• Quill: International Journalism IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Language follows society
• Quill: New directions in ethics
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People and Places
• Quill: Preparing students for greatness
• Quill: Resources available for foreign correspondents
• Quill: What’s acceptable on message boards?
• SPJ News: Comments sought on new critical infrastructure rules
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces Recipients of 2002 Sigma Delta Chi Awards
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Week generates discussions about journalistic decision making
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Code misapplied by shareholder
• SPJ News: SPJ announces 53rd Annual Green Eyeshade Awards Winners
• SPJ News: First American journalist dies in Iraq
• SPJ News: HIPAA Medical Privacy Regulations Go Into Effect April 14: Are You Ready?
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds Supreme Court’s release of audio tapes in affirmative action cases
• SPJ News: Keep Lines of Communication with Media in Chesapeake Open Says SPJ

March 2003
• Quill: 'I'm addicted to war'
• Quill: A changing image: one editor discusses the Chinese media
• Quill: A classic case of good reporter, bad reporter
• Quill: Adapting to rapid change
• Quill: Contractions: They can't always be bad
• Quill: Diversity IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Electronics bring opportunity for change
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: From the Editor: Changing times, changing needs
• Quill: From the President: The First Amendment is for everyone
• Quill: Growing a community
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Pushing Numbers
• Quill: The dangers of criminalizing speech
• SPJ News: Children’s Online Protection Act of 1998: Internet Censorship Law Loses Again in Court
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces 53rd Annual Green Eyeshade Awards Finalists
• SPJ News: SPJ urges New York Stock Exchange to reconsider Al-Jazeera credentials
• SPJ News: SPJ resource helps reporters navigate the Geneva Conventions
• SPJ News: “Critical Infrastructure” Exemption: Senators Try to Plug FOIA Hole in 2002 Homeland Security Act

February 2003
• SPJ News: Charge against Arizona reporter has chilling effect on newsgathering process
• Quill: 19 journalists killed in 2002
• Quill: A Story of Conflict
• Quill: A Thin Line
• Quill: Bring an FOI coalition to your state
• Quill: Diversity IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Finding diversity
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: From the Editor: Still need summer plans? Come work for SPJ
• Quill: From the President: Active chapters make a mark in their communities
• Quill: International Journalism IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Planning Ethics in Journalism Week
• Quill: The Mistakes of yesteryear
• Quill: Young journalist pass on entering profession
• SPJ News: Keep Lines of Communication with Police in Minneapolis Open Says SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ Turns the Tables on Tim Russert

January 2003
• SPJ News: SPJ discourages restrictions at Maine rallies

December 2002
• Quill: Avoiding the presumption trap
• Quill: Broadcast industry is missing out on training
• Quill: DIVERSITY IN-BRIEF
• Quill: ETHICS IN-BRIEF
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: From the Editor: Think outside the newsroom
• Quill: From the President: New Congress threatens public records
• Quill: Good intentions, bad results
• Quill: History is truth's best defense
• Quill: Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
• Quill: People and Places
• Quill: Questions over election coverage
• Quill: Study: Ethnic media fills increasingly important role
• Quill: Taking Time
• Quill: Using large words sparingly
• SPJ News: SPJ urges Hong Kong government to back away from threats to press freedom
• SPJ News: Journalism Coalition Seeks Open and Independent Reporting of Military Campaigns
• SPJ News: Utah attacks First Amendment ideals by pursuing former student, says SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ Task Force Recommends Creation of Publications Board at Southern Utah University

November 2002
• SPJ News: SPJ supports student editor at the University of Miami
• SPJ News: Utah Supreme Court Rules Criminal Libel Statute Unconstitutional
• Quill: Awards from the Society
• Quill: Convention '02
• Quill: Diversity IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Ethics IN-BRIEF
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: From the Editor: Thought goes into tough calls
• Quill: From the President: Society has important work ahead
• Quill: Journalism Education IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Little words, big trouble
• Quill: Odds & Inns
• Quill: One of the hunted
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Questions can cut access costs
• Quill: Rethinking rape coverage
• Quill: Take time to examine your sources
• Quill: Want a strong college news paper?
• Quill: When truth doesn't justify harm
• Quill: Who wouldn't want open government
• Quill: Women in war zones
• SPJ News: Homeland Security Bill Compromises Federal FOI Act
• SPJ News: SDX Foundation funds upcoming “Watchdog” training programs for journalists
• SPJ News: Republican Senate Could Mean Trouble For FOI; Florida Voters Stand Up For Sunshine

October 2002
• SPJ News: “Official Secrets Act” Dead for 2002; House Committee Moves to Restore Presidential Records Act
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Marcel Dufresne with 2002 Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ to examine Southern Utah University’s student newspaper policies
• SPJ News: Niederpruem and Grimes awarded Wells Memorial Key, Society’s highest honor

September 2002
• Quill: Protecting Infastructure
• Quill: Access wins in N.J.-after a long fight
• Quill: Bring back the Web
• Quill: Catch your assumptions early
• Quill: Class, take careful notes
• Quill: Coalition help in state FOI battle
• Quill: Conflicts over conflicts
• Quill: Educating Johnell: The consequences of U.S. journailsm's inward thinking
• Quill: Ethics in Bief
• Quill: Finding the right word
• Quill: FOI IN-BRIEF
• Quill: Heroes Among Us: Legal Defenders
• Quill: International Journalism In- Brief
• Quill: Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Making open records a right
• Quill: Public or Private
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation selects new leaders
• SPJ News: SPJ delegates pass resolutions on First Amendment, treatment of sources and more
• Quill: States introduce terror legislation
• Quill: The dangers of indentifying children
• Quill: Updates, Comments and thanks
• Quill: Why Diversity
• SPJ News: Kentucky couple receives SPJ lifetime achievement award
• SPJ News: Society Recognizes Outstanding Members, Chapters at Close of Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces National Mark of Excellence Awards Winners for Outstanding Student Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ selects 2002-2003 leaders
• SPJ News: Three journalists named SPJ fellows
• SPJ News: Inaugural Speech by SPJ President Robert Leger
• SPJ News: Chapter Briefs
• SPJ News: Chapter's high school education program brings unexpected benefits
• SPJ News: Expand your contacts and improve your coverage
• SPJ News: SDX Foundation Awards 2002 Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
• SPJ News: SPJ Headlines
• SPJ News: College Media Adviser Wins Pulliam First Amendment Award

August 2002
• SPJ News: Public invited to join journalists to discuss war coverage during SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: New Federal Medical Privacy Rules Will Make Journalists’ Job Harder
• SPJ News: SPJ to roast “Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer
• SPJ News: Stamps honoring female journalists to be released at SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: Nor Cal SPJ wins suit against prison officials
• SPJ News: SPJ advocates for freedom of information in Hong Kong
• SPJ News: Washington Post editors to speak at SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: Florida High School Student Wins SPJ National Essay Contest

July 2002
• SPJ News: Web site’s refusal to accept Sony ads draws ethics commendation from SPJ
• SPJ News: Senators reach compromise on FOIA exemption to Homeland Security bill, plan panel vote today
• Quill: Advisers Removed-But is it censorship
• Quill: Convergence is coming
• Quill: Cross-training
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: Even extreme cases aren't always simple
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: From the Editor: Should we teach fot today or tomorow
• Quill: From the President: Training is important throughout career
• Quill: Good cause still needs questioning
• Quill: How do you cover your adviser being fired?
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Job are out there for those willing to look
• Quill: Journalism Education-In Brief
• Quill: Journalism requires wide exposure
• Quill: Keeping speech free in troubled times
• Quill: Multimedia journalism: A classroom tour
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Poor writing slows readers
• Quill: Sending democracy through the airwaves
• Quill: Share the importance of open government
• Quill: What about diverse faculty
• SPJ News: While considering Homeland Security Department, Senate Committee may deliberate a new FOIA exemption
• SPJ News: Support one of the Society's most important endeavors: the Legal Defense Fund
• SPJ News: Chapter Briefs
• SPJ News: Convergence: We're coming together, but where are we going?
• SPJ News: From Vanessa Leggett to the fall of Enron
• SPJ News: Society leaders: 2002-2003 candidate profiles
• SPJ News: SPJ Headlines
• SPJ News: SPJ Announces National Mark of Excellence Awards Finalists for Outstanding Student Journalism

June 2002
• SPJ News: New SPJ resource available for diversifying news content
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee issues statement on publication of Pearl photos
• SPJ News: SPJ asks Massachusetts DOC to drop proposed inmate interview restrictions
• Quill: A powerful experiment
• Quill: Better sources make better coverage
• Quill: Censorship is no laughing matter
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: Ethics week will promote Society’s mission
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: Good journalism makes award-winning blueprints
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Me, myself and I: The problem with pronouns
• Quill: Negotiating for electronic records
• Quill: New justifications for access restrictions
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: The media’s role
• SPJ News: Banquet recognizes Pulliam fellow
• SPJ News: Chapter Briefs
• SPJ News: Regional Wrap-up
• SPJ News: SPJ Headlines
• SPJ News: SPJ names 2002 Green Eyeshade Winners
• SPJ News: Medical journal's reporting commitment serves as an example for others

May 2002
• SPJ News: Golf and tennis associations’ background checks for journalists are too intrusive
• SPJ News: Court denies attorneys' fees in FOIA settlement; plaintiffs now must win in court to collect fees
• SPJ News: Deadlines for annual reports, award nominations nearing
• SPJ News: EKU SPJ chapter pays tribute to slain journalists with candlelight vigil
• SPJ News: PRO CHAPTER HIGHLIGHT COLUMN: Chicago Headline Club
• SPJ News: STUDENT CHAPTER HIGHLIGHT: SPJ University of Maryland Chapter
• SPJ News: Senate Bill 1456 threatens public access
• SPJ News: IRE and SPJ to Partner on ‘Better Watchdog Workshops’
• SPJ News: ‘Pardon the Interruption’ Program Lets Students in on Its Secrets
• SPJ News: Eastern Kentucky University SPJ Chapter Pays Tribute to Slain Journalists With Vigil
• SPJ News: UT-Tyler offers to reinstate student adviser
• SPJ News: Chicago Chapter Fights City Press Credentials
• SPJ News: Member Input Needed! Help SPJ Focus on Future Initiatives
• Quill: ‘Nonprofit groupie’ looks to new mission
• Quill: ‘We’re taught to document history’
• Quill: A very dangerous crutch
• Quill: Code changes spark lively debate
• SPJ News: Deadlines for Annual Reports, Award Nominations Nearing
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Do classes make a journalist?
• Quill: DUPED! When journalists fall for fake news
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: From the Editor: Definition of ‘journalism’ is a sticky question
• Quill: From the President: FOI contributions deserve recognition
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Looking for online dollars
• SPJ News: Member Input Needed: Note From the Executive Director
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• SPJ News: Society Announces Recipients of 2001 Sigma Delta Chi Awards
• Quill: SPJ reps pay visit to the Capitol
• Quill: Telling the tales of terror
• Quill: What is a journalist?

April 2002
• SPJ News: University Officials Should Explain Why Adviser Was Dismissed - Or Rehire Her
• SPJ News: Society Helps Fight Ridiculous FEC Rules on Political Candidate Debates
• SPJ News: SPJ Asks Israel to Stop Threatening Journalists
• SPJ News: No. 1 complaint of U.S. journalists is lack of training, new national survey says
• SPJ News: 12 Seats Up for Election on National SPJ Board of Directors
• SPJ News: D.C. Pro Chapter to Induct Four to Its Hall of Fame
• SPJ News: Northern California Chapter Honors 14 With FOI Awards
• SPJ News: Society Helps Secure Open Records Victory in New Jersey
• SPJ News: 2002 SPJ National Convention: Give Your Reporters More Resources, Tools, Connections
• Quill: A balancing act
• Quill: Avoiding the spin cycle
• Quill: Census data you can use
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Does the SPJ code need a wartime update?
• Quill: Educators respond to call for diversity
• Quill: Find time to make the Code rhyme
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: From the Editor: Think through sources
• Quill: From the president: Ethics provide balance to profit pressures
• Quill: If only FOI law came on stone tablets
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Press rights in Zimbabwe secure – for now
• Quill: Press rights in Zimbabwe secure — for now
• Quill: Sound ethics process helps in gray areas
• Quill: Storytelling vs. sticking to the facts
• Quill: The lost middle voice
• Quill: Threat of censorship has ‘chilling effect’
• Quill: War coverage relies on trusted sources
• Quill: When the story is personal
• Quill: When what you hear ain’t what you get
• SPJ News: Question-and-Answer Session With the New Executive Director of SPJ, SDX Foundation
• SPJ News: Just a VCR Required: Order Project Watchdog Program in a Box

March 2002
• SPJ News: What's the Big Deal About The Working Press?
• SPJ News: National Press Club awards deadline April 1
• SPJ News: SPJ Asks FOI Advocates to Join Fight Against Restrictive Florida Bills
• SPJ News: SPJ takes FOI concerns to Congress
• SPJ News: New Report on State Anti-access Efforts
• SPJ News: Sen. Leahy Calls for New GAO Review of E-FOIA
• SPJ News: Fort Worth Will Whoop It Up for 2002 Convention
• SPJ News: Leonard Downie Jr. To Speak At Annual Pulliam Editorial Fellowship Banquet
• SPJ News: Submissions For Convention Resolutions Now Being Accepted
• Quill: Big stories are usually the worst
• Quill: Caught in an unfriendly land
• Quill: Caution required in our daily work
• Quill: Changing our coverage
• SPJ News: Cleveland Pros Get Glimpse of 'Newspaper of The Future'
• SPJ News: DePauw University Student Newspaper Turns 150 Years Old
• Quill: Design Evolution
• Quill: Despite dramatic changes in technology, past words still ring true in modern design.
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Ethical flubs emphasize need for Code
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: From the Editor: Is it time for a change?
• Quill: From the President: SPJ prepares to meet its many challenges
• Quill: Getting past a ‘white, middle-class’ America
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Is diversity making a difference?
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: New graduates: prepare for ‘techno-shock’
• SPJ News: New Jersey Pros Give PR Professionals The Real Story On Pitching News Items
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: The Move to Management
• SPJ News: SPJ Awards 12 Local Chapters Grants for Programming Events
• SPJ News: Staging Project Watchdog Meeting Doesn't Require Rabies Shot
• SPJ News: Gain Experience, Valuable Professional Network As Staff Member for The Working Press
• SPJ News: SPJ Joins Legal Action Against Executive Order to Withhold Presidential Records
• SPJ News: Your School Could Host SPJ's Ward Neff Internship

February 2002
• SPJ News: Individuals Should Not Be Allowed to Sue Over FERPA Violations, SPJ Says
• SPJ News: SPJ Calls on Members to Honor Pearl, Others Who Have Lost Their Lives
• SPJ News: SPJ Grieves Loss of Daniel Pearl
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Creates Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award
• SPJ News: SPJ, SDX Foundation Name Terrence G. Harper Executive Director
• SPJ News: Voice of America Pulls Reporter Off Air Amid Government Pressure
• Quill: ‘I Feel Stronger’
• Quill: A Growing Divide
• Quill: Attitude can help or hinder writing
• Quill: Courtesy titles are about more than respect
• Quill: Databases offer more than statistics
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: From the Editor: Leggett case is part of a larger battle
• Quill: From the President: ‘New America’ may forget old values
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Internships hit the chopping block
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Native journalism keeps with tradition
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Projects underscore need for FOI
• Quill: React & Reply
• Quill: Sensitivity on deadline
• Quill: War correspondence isn’t for the weak
• Quill: War coverage brings ethical dilemmas
• SPJ News: SPJ: Release Daniel Pearl

January 2002
• SPJ News: Quill talks with Vanessa Leggett
• SPJ News: Texas Author Finally Released From Prison

December 2001
• Quill: A living lesson in deadline reporting
• Quill: Asleep at the switch
• Quill: Bush administration’s war on FOIA
• Quill: Ethical questions to ask during wartime
• Quill: Ethics and war
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: Ethics Web resources for war coverage
• Quill: Fair Game?
• Quill: Fighting the word war
• Quill: FOI In Brief
• Quill: From the Editor — Economic prospects and ethical reflections
• Quill: From the President — It’s worth the fight to protect our open society
• Quill: Going nowhere fast?
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: International press restrictions
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Patriotism and the News
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Readers take note of solid reporting
• Quill: When Jobs are Scarce
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports High School Newspaper Facing New Content Guidelines
• SPJ News: SPJ's Online Job Bank Offers Free Postings for Media Jobs, Internships, Fellowships
• SPJ News: Texas Writer Tells ABC She's Not Giving Up Her Fight For First Amendment Rights
• SPJ News: SPJ Increases Online Categories in Journalism Awards Contests

November 2001
• SPJ News: Groundbreaking Bill Supporting Cameras in Federal Courts Takes First Critical Step
• SPJ News: High school newspaper faces possible censorship challenge
• SPJ News: Indiana HB 1083 Is An Unprecedented Attack on Open Records
• SPJ News: Indiana Legislature Backs Away from HB 1083
• Quill: A single day, a thousand images
• Quill: Awards from the Society
• Quill: Civic journalism and the online world
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: Formalizing the golden rule
• Quill: From the President: Society faces challenges, opportunity
• Quill: Geimann takes Wells Key
• Quill: How do I keep my writers writing?
• Quill: In crisis, religion moves to the front page
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: New resources, warnings on the FOI front
• Quill: Newspaper extras: A piece of history
• Quill: Openness is too important to set aside
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Reacting to disaster
• Quill: Restoring the serial comma
• Quill: Search for truth is journalism’s patriotic role
• Quill: SEATTLE
• Quill: SPJ recognizes outstanding work on college campuses
• Quill: Terrorism coverage takes toll on teaching
• Quill: U.S., Hong Kong journalists find common ground
• Quill: Writing for the Internet
• SPJ News: SPJ Helps Establish Global Freedom of Expression Rights on the Internet
• SPJ News: Journalists Continue Fight for Writer's Release
• SPJ News: Bush Order Allows Former Presidents to Withhold Records Scheduled for Disclosure; Congress Holds Hearing, SPJ Cries Foul
• SPJ News: President Should Not Control Release of Executive Branch Records, SPJ Says
• SPJ News: SPJ, SDX Foundation Executive Director James L. Gray Announces His Resignation

October 2001
• SPJ News: Assault Begins on State FOI Laws: Florida SPJ Issues National Call for Help
• SPJ News: Bush FOIA Policy Stresses Privacy; New Info Exemption Possible
• SPJ News: SPJ Asks Ashcroft Not to Stonewall Requests for Public Information
• SPJ News: SPJ-Led Coalition Urges U.S. Government to Help Maintain Free Press in War on Terrorism
• SPJ News: Media Should Carefully Weigh Government Requests Regarding Coverage of U.S. War on Terrorism, says SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ Offers Guidelines for Coverage to Counter Ethnic and Religious Profiling
• SPJ News: SPJ and Sigma Delta Chi Foundation name 2001-2002 board of directors
• SPJ News: Society Recognizes Outstanding Members, Chapters at Close of Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ Awards Wells Memorial Key to Steve Geimann
• SPJ News: SPJ Convention Delegates Pass Three Resolutions On Coverage of America's War on Terrorism
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors Roger Simpson with 2001 Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Aimee Heckel the 2001 Julie Galvan Outstanding Campus Chapter Member
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Charles N. Davis the 2001 David L. Eshelman Outstanding Campus Adviser
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Three Fellows of the Society for 2001
• SPJ News: SPJ Will Honor First Amendment and Sunshine Award Winners
• Quill: After Shock
• Quill: Covering Arab Americans
• Quill: Design that follows content
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Easy usually does it for readers
• SPJ News: Federal Bureau of Prisons Denies Journalists Permission to Interview Vanessa Leggett
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: Freedom trumps the need to define ‘journalist’
• Quill: Freedom: A fight for everyone
• Quill: From the Editor: The world is watching
• Quill: From the President: Take a moment for yourself
• Quill: Grad schools benefit from sluggish economy
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Journalists rise to challenge of tragedy
• Quill: New beginnings in Rwanda
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: Open communication, open justice
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Press freedom under attack
• Quill: Russian whistle-blower on trial for treason
• SPJ News: SDX Foundation Honors Longtime Board Member Paul M. Davis
• SPJ News: SPJ National Convention: Saturday's Program Highlights
• SPJ News: SPJ National Convention: Friday Program Highlights
• SPJ News: Electronic Access to Federal Case Files Won’t be Free, Immediate or Universal
• SPJ News: SPJ Convention Sessions to Focus on Media Coverage of Sept. 11 Terrorist Attacks
• SPJ News: SPJ National Convention Starts Thursday, Oct. 4, in Seattle/Bellevue, Wash.

September 2001
• SPJ News: Attorney to Discuss Vanessa Leggett Case at SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: Multi-Media Presentation on Freedom of Expression to open 2001 Convention
• SPJ News: SDX Foundation Awards 2001-2002 Pulliam Editorial Fellowship
• SPJ News: SPJ Annual Convention Will Go On As Scheduled
• SPJ News: SPJ Launches New Web Site
• SPJ News: The Press and the Public at Odds: Voicing Grievances Against the News Media
• SPJ News: Electoral Reform Commission Suggests Broadcast Curbs
• SPJ News: SPJ Convention is on
• Quill: ‘Breaking’ the code
• Quill: Access denied
• Quill: Access fundamentals:
• Quill: As if the DPPA alone wasn’t bad enough ...
• Quill: Challenging the government
• Quill: Criminal records likely to remain off-line
• Quill: Diversity dos – and don’ts
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Don’t miss the point: Focus makes for clear writing
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: Forced into the hero role
• Quill: Helping Wajahat – and journalism
• Quill: High tech info – and high tech costs
• Quill: International Journalism In-Brief
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Never waver in access fight
• Quill: Old meets new
• Quill: Passing on the value of FOI
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Scrambled signals
• Quill: Teaching journalists to be human
• Quill: The legalities of reporting the news (INTRODUCTION)
• Quill: The legalities of reporting the news (PART I)
• Quill: The legalities of reporting the news (PART II)
• Quill: The legalities of reporting the news (PART III)
• Quill: The legalities of reporting the news (PART IV)
• Quill: The legalities of reporting the news (PART V)
• Quill: The news held hostage
• Quill: The search for sound advice

August 2001
• SPJ News: Make a difference — how you can help Vanessa Leggett
• SPJ News: Proposed 'Leaks' Legislation Threatens Public Access and Must be Stopped, Says SPJ
• SPJ News: Judges Call for Civil Federal Court Info to Go Online; Balk at Putting Most Criminal Case Info on the Web
• SPJ News: New “Anti-Leaks” Bill Approaching; Hearing Possible; Bill Could be Re-Incarnation of Bad Legislation Vetoed Last Year
• SPJ News: Open the Doors to Leggett Appeal Hearing, Say Journalists
• SPJ News: Open the Doors to Leggett Appeal Hearing, Say Journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ Gives $12,500 to Fight Texas Case Threatening Freedom of the Press
• SPJ News: Republic of Nauru Should Not Ban Journalist From Covering Summit
• SPJ News: University of Oregon Backs Down on TV Sports Coverage Restrictions
• SPJ News: Private Prison’s Policy Keeps Journalists out of Public Court Hearing
• SPJ News: Society Joins Fight Against Outdated Criminal Libel Law

July 2001
• Quill: A watchful eye
• Quill: Bittersweet legal victories in Latin America
• Quill: Curricula Go High-Tech
• Quill: Diversity at small papers
• Quill: Diversity In-Brief
• Quill: Educating the Administrators
• Quill: Ethics In-Brief
• Quill: FOI In-Brief
• Quill: FROM THE EDITOR: Instilling a passion for journalism
• Quill: FROM THE PRESIDENT: A healthy government check
• Quill: Internship Payoffs... and Trade-Offs
• Quill: Journalism Education In-Brief
• Quill: Learning on the Job
• Quill: Make wire copy a good match
• Quill: Making sense of the census
• Quill: Odds & Ends
• Quill: People & Places
• Quill: Picking the right school
• Quill: Recruiting Diverse Applicants
• Quill: Taking ethics to the Net
• Quill: Teaching for Tomorrow
• Quill: When we’re the foreigners
• SPJ News: University Proposes Unreasonably Restrictive Rules for Sports Coverage
• SPJ News: Statement From the Society of Professional Journalists on the Death of Katharine Graham, a Beloved Giant in the Media Industry
• SPJ News: Ohio Supreme Court Ducks First Amendment Question on Anonymous Juries
• SPJ News: SPJ Praises Court's Decision in Critical First Amendment Case on Altered Photographs
• SPJ News: SPJ-led Coalition Prevails in Press Gallery Issue
• SPJ News: Organizations Join SPJ's Protest of Senate Plan to Consolidate Press Galleries
• SPJ News: SPJ to Senators: Don't Boot Media from Press Galleries

June 2001
• SPJ News: Connecticut Opens Records in Public-Private Partnerships; New FOI Resources Available
• SPJ News: Florida Circuit Court Deals Double-Edged Blow to Public's Right to Know
• SPJ News: School Should Drop Charges Against Virginia Reporter
• SPJ News: Nepal should release journalists, honor freedom of speech
• SPJ News: State FOI Law Alert: Rollbacks, Updates
• SPJ News: SDX Foundation Announces Judges for Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
• SPJ News: Students Win SPJ Mark of Excellence Awards for Outstanding Journalism
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Award-Winning Journalism Available Online
• SPJ News: SPJ Urges Ethical Reporting of First Family's Personal Lives

May 2001
• SPJ News: SPJ Joins Fight for Public Records in Two Death-Penalty Murder Cases
• SPJ News: Cleveland Mayor Excludes The Plain Dealer From News Conference
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Helps Fund New Diversity Fellowship
• SPJ News: SPJ Hails Supreme Court Decision in Crucial First Amendment Case
• SPJ News: Indiana Lawmakers Should Uphold Governor's Veto of Unprecedented Bill to Revoke Access to Public Records, says SPJ

April 2001
• SPJ News: SPJ Names Winners of the 2000 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for Excellence in Journalism
• SPJ News: SPJ Expands its Battle Against Florida Law that Restricts Access to All Autopsy Photos
• SPJ News: SPJ Joins Legal Battle to Reverse 'Texas Seven' Trial's Gag Order
• SPJ News: Indiana Legislators Introduce Bills to Hide Information From the Public, Says SPJ
• SPJ News: Major League Baseball Should Stop All Attempts to Control Game Coverage, Says SPJ
• SPJ News: Government Official Who Released Pentagon Papers to Speak at Pulliam Fellowship Banquet
• SPJ News: Florida's Attempt to Block Release of Autopsy Photos Must be Stopped, Says SPJ

March 2001
• SPJ News: Florida Bill Blocking Access to Autopsy Photos a Blow to State Access Laws
• SPJ News: New Ohio Study Reports on Open Records Compliance
• SPJ News: Kentucky State Students Settle Lawsuit Over Confiscated Yearbooks
• SPJ News: Dale Earnhardt Photos Issue: Where To Go
• SPJ News: Police Radio Issue Grows
• SPJ News: SPJ Helps Montana Student Win Fight Against Subpoena for Unedited Footage
• SPJ News: SPJ President Available for Comment on Access Issue Surrounding Earnhardt Autopsy Photos
• SPJ News: SPJ Opposes Indiana Legislature’s Attempt to Shield Public Officials’ E-mail, Internet Files
• SPJ News: Allow Orlando Sentinel to View Earnhardt Autopsy Photos, Says SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ Helps Win Freedom of Information Case in Oregon

February 2001
• SPJ News: Society Denounces Zimbabwe’s Violence Against Journalists
• SPJ News: Society Protests Ohio County's Encrypted Dispatching System
• SPJ News: Society Fights Court’s Attempt to Withhold Public Information in Murder Trial

January 2001
• SPJ News: SPJ Victorious in Texas Open Records Case
• SPJ News: Society Calls for Electronic Access to Federal Judicial Records
• SPJ News: Society Helps University Yearbook Win Case Against Censorship

December 2000
• SPJ News: Medical Privacy Rules Ignore Public's Interest, Media's Role
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Announces 2001 Eugene C. Pulliam Editorial Fellowship Banquet
• SPJ News: Society Says Judge Should Reverse Reporters' Fines
• SPJ News: Society Asks Supreme Court to Limit Government Agencies' Claims to FOI Act Exemptions

November 2000
• SPJ News: Society Challenges Supreme Court to Expand Further its Media Access Policy to Allow Cameras in Courtroom
• SPJ News: Society Asks Missoula Officials to Drop Legal Battle Against Student Journalist
• SPJ News: SPJ Urges Supreme Court to Allow Cameras to Capture Historic Election Decision
• SPJ News: SPJ Ethics Committee Says Hasty Coverage of Election Violated Ethics Code
• SPJ News: Society Raises Record Amount for its Legal Defense Fund
• SPJ News: Society Files Friend-of-Court Briefs Against Cases That Threaten Newsgathering Process, Public's Right to Know
• SPJ News: Society Condemns Terre Haute Penitentiary's Restrictive Media Access Policy
• SPJ News: Society Urges Clinton to Veto Legislation That Would Tighten Disclosure of Classified Information

October 2000
• SPJ News: 2000-2001 board members take helm of Society and Sigma Delta Chi Foundation at 2000 SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ Adopts Accuracy Requirement for Awards Programs
• SPJ News: Delegates Pass 13 Resolutions at 2000 SPJ National Conventio
• SPJ News: Richard Kleeman Wins Wells Memorial Key, Society's Highest Honor
• SPJ News: Society Recognizes Outstanding Chapters, Members at Convention Closing Banquet
• SPJ News: Ohio Governors to Discuss Role of Press in Politics
• SPJ News: Society Honors Gary Rice with Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
• SPJ News: Society Names Maggan Everidge the Julie Galvan Outstanding Campus Chapter Member
• SPJ News: SPJ Awards ‘Fellow of Society’ Honor to Three Journalists
• SPJ News: SPJ Honors First Amendment and Sunshine Award Winners
• SPJ News: Society to Honor Pulitzer Prize Winner Friday at National Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ Creates Lifetime Achievement Award in Honor of Helen Thomas
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists Takes 2000 National Convention to Columbus, Ohio
• SPJ News: SPJ committee to sell war correspondent handbook at 2000 SPJ National Convention
• SPJ News: SPJ Convention Speakers Include Many Award-winning Journalists
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists Takes 2000 National Convention to Columbus, Ohio
• SPJ News: SPJ joins The Media Institute in promoting First Amendment campaign
• SPJ News: Online resource available for journalists seeking access

September 2000
• SPJ News: SPJ settles lawsuit over ethics handbook
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation awards 2000-2001 Pulliam fellowship to Connecticut journalist
• SPJ News: SPJ intervention prompts federal officials to drop criminal charges against journalist
• SPJ News: SPJ demands FBI discipline agents for posing as journalists

August 2000
• SPJ News: SPJ files friend-of-the-court brief to challenge Woods’ swing at First Amendment rights
• SPJ News: SPJ announces Mark of Excellence Award winners
• SPJ News: SPJ asks federal officials to drop criminal case against journalist
• SPJ News: Law enforcement apologies don’t go far enough
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi dedicate new national headquarters building to Eugene S. Pulliam
• SPJ News: Indiana’s highest court to hear Society’s arguments in right of privacy case

July 2000
• SPJ News: SPJ denounces legislation aimed at curbing intelligence leaks
• SPJ News: Family names new SPJ-SDX Headquarters for Eugene S. Pulliam
• SPJ News: SPJ WINS FOI BATTLE IN RELEASE 

June 2000
• SPJ News: E-FOIA set high standards; government must now encourage agency compliance
• SPJ News: Just what would you give (or give up) for that story?

May 2000
• SPJ News: Concern over Taxpayers' 'Bill of Rights:' IRS Records May Become Exempt From FOIA
• SPJ News: SPJ Supports Amendment to Disclose Intelligence Spending Information
• SPJ News: California Assembly passes prison media interview bill
• SPJ News: Public’s right to know about possible chemical accidents would be curtailed under rule.

April 2000
• SPJ News: Fairfax Victims’ Card Closer to Reality; SPJ to Continue Monitoring, Discussing

March 2000
• SPJ News: MEDIA LOSE ATTEMPT TO OPEN WACO RE-ENACTMENT

February 2000
• SPJ News: GRASSROOTS EFFORT BRINGS MORE SUNSHINE TO SAN FRANCISCO

January 2000
• SPJ News: Prison Access Update: Florida, Michigan, Virginia, California
• SPJ News: DPPA: What It Means to You

December 1999
• SPJ News: Medical privacy regulation could hinder reporting

November 1999
• SPJ News: Uniform mediation law drafting commission

October 1999
• SPJ News: New Prison Rules Would Limit Inmate Access in Florida, Michigan

September 1999
• SPJ News: DMV records in danger -- again
• SPJ News: California Governor Vetoes Prisoner Interview Bill
• SPJ News: Court OK’s Censorship of College Journalists

June 1999
• SPJ News: Texas Flirts with Unconstitutional Media Licensing; New Death Row Rules Define

April 1999
• SPJ News: Media face pressures in covering breaking news
• SPJ News: Privacy in mediation bears close monitoring

January 1999
• SPJ News: Urge Senators to keep proceedings in the sunshine

November 1998
• SPJ News: Uniform Correction or Clarification of Defamation Act concerns SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ announces sunshine and first amendment awards
• SPJ News: Society recognizes work on behalf of first amendment and open records
• SPJ News: American journalists call for Serbian freedom of information
• SPJ News: Diversity goals fall short says SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ caps dues for two years

October 1998
• SPJ News: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation expands funding for journalism education and development
• SPJ News: SPJ elects new officers to lead society
• SPJ News: SPJ hails campus crime disclosure provisions of Higher Education Act of 1998

September 1998
• SPJ News: Constitutional amendment threatens free speech

August 1998
• SPJ News: Federal confidentiality laws and open protective service hearings: A potential clash
• SPJ News: Pyle named recipient of the SPJ Pulliam Editorial Writing Fellowship
• SPJ News: Student journalists receive SPJ awards

June 1998
• SPJ News: Press Credibility Study Leaves Journalists With Much to Consider
• SPJ News: Paparazzi penalties
• SPJ News: Senate poised to vote on flag amendment
• SPJ News: The risks of reporting

May 1998
• SPJ News: SPJ names new executive director to lead society: Dennis Norris brings ‘experience, energy, enthusiasm’, search chair says

March 1998
• SPJ News: Journalism's 1997 Sigma Delta Chi Awards announced
• SPJ News: Getting Congress to go online

January 1998
• SPJ News: Agency shouldn't circumvent courts to keep records secret
• SPJ News: Don't call your food names: Oprah on trial for disparaging beef
• SPJ News: SPJ awards programming grants

December 1997
• SPJ News: 'Hitman' decision a landmark battle

November 1997
• SPJ News: Sunshine laws blasted by university president
• SPJ News: Society recognizes work on behalf of first amendment and open records

October 1997
• SPJ News: Student journalists receive SPJ awards

September 1997
• SPJ News: Use of police scanners threatened

August 1997
• SPJ News: MPAA fights prior restraint bill in Massachusetts
• SPJ News: SPJ announces search for new executive director: Quill editor to become acting executive director during search

July 1997
• SPJ News: Congress and courts move on campus crime
• SPJ News: Indiana slams records shut in surprise move

May 1997
• SPJ News: Indiana Courtroom Coverage
• SPJ News: Leadership retreat attendees named

April 1997
• SPJ News: SPJ board adds award, adopts budget
• SPJ News: Public vs. privatized records, who's winning this war?
• SPJ News: 1996 Sigma Delta Chi Award Winners

March 1997
• SPJ News: Journalism groups support ABC appeal in Food Lion decision
• SPJ News: Inmate commentary raises issues of censorship

February 1997
• SPJ News: University restricts the media and the public by cancelling broadcast
• SPJ News: The time is now
• SPJ News: New bill will provide access to campus crime information

January 1997
• SPJ News: SPJ programming grant funds distributed
• SPJ News: Another one bites the dust ...

December 1996
• SPJ News: A state challenge to the Federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act

November 1996
• SPJ News: SPJ opens communication lines between broadcast industry and educators
• SPJ News: Jailing Journalists
• SPJ News: Greater Buffalo SPJ chapter names regional chapter of the year

October 1996
• SPJ News: The Communications Decency Act
• SPJ News: Dalglish honored with society's highest award
• SPJ News: Covering Campus Crime
• SPJ News: Students point out benefits of a free press
• SPJ News: Media access to inmates shut down
• SPJ News: SPJ urges release of jailed Flordia journalist
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists Selects 1996 Fellow

September 1996
• SPJ News: Congress updates FOIA
• SPJ News: Appeals court affirms first amendment rights of reporter
• SPJ News: Vines awarded SPJ's highest honor

August 1996
• SPJ News: Prohibiting camera access not the answer in O.J. Simpson case
• SPJ News: U.S. service department went too far by taking journalists' notes and film
• SPJ News: SPJ fellowship winner to study the future of the American family
• SPJ News: FBI should stop using journalism as a cover for operations says SPJ

July 1996
• SPJ News: Book reviews and the law
• SPJ News: CIA ban must be absolute to be effective says SPJ
• SPJ News: SPJ criticizes olympic ban on live coverage of news conferences

June 1996
• SPJ News: Ethics code endorsement sets stage for vote
• SPJ News: SPJ offers training course for new editors
• SPJ News: SPJ's response to judges' communications decency act decision
• SPJ News: SPJ representative to testify at house open campus police logs hearing

May 1996
• SPJ News: House bill not enough to protect journalists
• SPJ News: FOI and First Amendment issues headline SPJ board meeting

March 1996
• SPJ News: Mark of Excellence winners announced
• SPJ News: SPJ broadcasting seminar to be held in Atlanta
• SPJ News: Leadership retreat attendess named

February 1996
• SPJ News: SPJ joins lawsuit against communications decency act
• SPJ News: SPJ President Kelly Hawes expresses discontent over CIA policy
• SPJ News: SPJ supports First Amendment rights of New Orleans reporter
• SPJ News: SPJ criticizes CIA 'loophole'
• SPJ News: SPJ supports decision to stop enforcement of law
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists opposes CFR recommendation

January 1996
• SPJ News: Recipients of grant program funds announced

December 1995
• SPJ News: Balough new SPJ Quill Editor
• SPJ News: SPJ applauds Senate's deffeat of flag desecration resolution
• SPJ News: Joint operating agreement resolution adopted by SPJ

November 1995
• SPJ News: Society passes resolution opposing amendment
• SPJ News: Statement by SPJ pres. concerning the ranking of journalists and sources
• SPJ News: Society supports efforts to secure release of Christian Science Monitor reporter David Rohde

October 1995
• SPJ News: SPJ First Amendment winners announced
• SPJ News: Houston hosts SPJ writers workshop
• SPJ News: Society tables ethics revision vote
• SPJ News: Sons of Ted Scripps to fund new SPJ leadership program

September 1995
• SPJ News: SPJ criticizes Judge Lance Ito for turning off courtroom cameras
• SPJ News: SPJ Pres. on publication of Unabomber manuscript
• SPJ News: Father of 'Project Watchdog,' honored with GM gift
• SPJ News: Society of Professional Journalists honors Indiana paper
• SPJ News: Postmaster bars inspectors from posing as journalists

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