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College newspapers and student journalism

10/14/09 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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College newspapers are training grounds for journalists, and they can play a strong role in informing and connecting the campus. Wednesday on Vermont Edition, we're talking the editors of college newspapers about reporting campus news in print and online, and why the tradition of the college paper still matters - to future reporters, and their audiences. Our guests are the student editors of The Cynic at the University of Vermont, The Defender and The Echo at Saint Michael's College, Basement Medicine at Johnson State College, and the Guidon at Norwich University. Listen


Also in the program, an examination of how antibiotics are used in animal feed, often not treat to illness but to promote the growth of animals. Researcher Margaret Mellon explains a new effort to ban the use of antibiotics for non-therapeutic purposes. Listen


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The Norwich Guidon The Vermont Cynic The Echo Basement Medicine
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