A Journalism of Humanity: A Candid History of the World's by Steve Weinberg

By Steve Weinberg

Now celebrating its centennial, the world's first journalism institution was once based by way of a newsman who lacked a faculty schooling. Weinberg attracts on inner files and correspondence to discover the politics of the college from its founding to the present--the struggles over assets in addition to the consistent conflict to stability scholarly pursuits with expert challenge. This account embraces school and employees contributors, scholars and alumni, supporters and detractors, because it covers all specialist sequences taught on the university. It captures the freewheeling debate that has been an indicator of the college and contains a wealth of insider element, from a regular day on the college in the course of the Williams period to stories of the Missouri Mafia.

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Paul Synor (BJ 1942) created memorable advertisements after his graduation, including those featuring Tony the Tiger, Charlie the Tuna, and Morris the Cat. As Synor aged, he thanked his alma mater with a $2,500,000 bequest for student scholarships. Another clash of cultures revolving around the Missouri Method involved the publication of editorials in the Missourian. Many newspapers have traditionally published editorial opinion. Missouri Journalism School students hoping to gain employment as editorial writers naturally wanted relevant experience while enrolled.

The Tribune’s owners never entirely accepted the commercial aspects of the Missourian. From time to time over the decades, the disagreement would flare into public view. Given the labor-intensive task of producing a daily newspaper, each faculty member hired in the Journalism School’s early years needed to demonstrate versatility, whether duty called in the newsroom or in the classroom. The catalog for the first year shows Newspaper Making as the laboratory course that produced the Missourian, with News-Gathering as a related course; Newspaper Administration and Comparative Journalism, both taught by Williams; Newspaper Jurisprudence, taught by Law School dean John D.

Was very small; also, it met in a very small room in old Switzler Hall. There was something about the intimacy of our relationship as teacher and students in that class which made his discussions more impressive. He talked about the policies and services of the great La Prensa of Buenos Aires and the influence of the Times of London. He mentioned many great editors and newspapers— many of the editors being those of the past, though he did not overlook the great journalists of the present. ” As the editorial writing professor, Williams became involved in local issues but reputedly refused to use his influence to bend coverage in any direction.

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