A journalist’s perspective on handling ethical issues

Also posted to WVU Investigative Journalism's WordPress. A journalist’s career consists of making difficult, ethical choices. Some take a hazardous route, resulting in “fake news,” lawsuits, and other negative outcomes. Others follow what they believe in, doing their best to prevent unethical situations. Emily Daniels, the City Editor for The Journal in Martinsburg, WVa., recalled … Continue reading A journalist’s perspective on handling ethical issues

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WVU’s Relay for Life raises $26,000 for cancer research

Published by the Daily Athenaeum, April 24, 2017. The WVU’s Shell Building filled with applause Friday evening as survivors and current cancer fighters took a “Survivor Lap” around the track, opening the 12th annual Relay for Life. According to Shannon Fitzpatrick, the co-director of WVU’s Relay for Life, the event raised around $26,000 for the … Continue reading WVU’s Relay for Life raises $26,000 for cancer research

PRSSA hosts “Let’s Eat” to benefit Mountaineer Boys & Girls Club

Published by the Daily Athenaeum, April 19, 2017. Morgantown community members are invited to take their tastebuds on a trip around the world at “Let’s Eat.” WVU’s chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America will host Let’s Eat, a multicultureal food tasting event tonight, April 19 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. All proceeds … Continue reading PRSSA hosts “Let’s Eat” to benefit Mountaineer Boys & Girls Club

Pet Helpers hosts 3rd annual “Bark in the Park” 5k run, walk and festival fundraiser

Published by the Daily Athenaeum, April 19, 2017 Pet lovers are invited to have a howl of a time over the weekend with a ruff 5k run and a pawsome festival. This Saturday, April 22, the third annual Bark in the Park 5k run, walk and festival will be hosted by Pet Helpers, Inc. at … Continue reading Pet Helpers hosts 3rd annual “Bark in the Park” 5k run, walk and festival fundraiser