Entries Tagged as 'Astrid Galvan'

More Shocking Than Sex: Censorship of Student Journalism

March 29th, 2013 · 1 Comment · journalism

By Denise Tessier It’s a timely coincidence that the Spring issue of UNM’s alumni magazine Mirage featured four former editors and the current editor of the UNM Daily Lobo addressing the value of “an independent student newspaper.” It’s timely because it came just days before Central New Mexico Community College administrators shut down CNM’s student […]

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Keeping the Minimum Wage Pot Boiling at the (Albuquerque) Journal of Opinion

February 16th, 2013 · 1 Comment · economy, journalism, labor, role of government, Uncategorized

By Arthur Alpert (Feb. 14, 2013) How can it be that the President wants to raise the federal minimum wage? Surely he’s aware that the Albuquerque Journal opposes it with every fiber of its being. I don’t mean editorially, although the paper has so editorialized. No, I mean the Journal is opposed in its (so-called) […]

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Proper Restraint in a Time of Outrage

September 1st, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier Because this blog levels criticism at the Albuquerque Journal, it’s imperative that we also point out from time to time when reporters’ and editors’ handling of a story is done just right. Such is the case with the paper’s editorial and news story about last month’s road-side handcuffing – at gunpoint – of […]

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Journal: Hold Berry To His Promise To "Put Another Set Of Eyes" On Police Shootings (UPDATED)

August 24th, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Tracy Dingmann Kudos to the Journal for the Aug. 22 front-page news story “City Police Wrestle with Spike in Shootings,” in which reporter Astrid Galvan examined the recent increase in APD-involved shootings. City police have shot 10 people so far this year, and seven have died. I wrote about the alarming rise in shootings […]

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