WVU faces controversy over price inequities and maintenance at new student housing

Published by The Daily Athenaeum, Oct. 18, 2017. Fallon Mowles, a senior from Mansfield, Massachusetts, has nothing good to say about her experience living in the newly built University Place apartments. She paid a premium price of $750 a month last year, but says management routinely ignored maintenance requests and other problems. "Management would blow … Continue reading WVU faces controversy over price inequities and maintenance at new student housing

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Identity Crisis, White Hall council member, residents want their own zip code

Published by the Fairmont News, June 7, 2017. WHITE HALL — The town of White Hall is ready to break away from Fairmont and have a postal identity of its own. During the May 22 Town Council meeting, Councilman John Michael suggested White Hall look into getting its own ZIP Code. White Hall’s current ZIP … Continue reading Identity Crisis, White Hall council member, residents want their own zip code

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