A piece I wrote for the Daily Northwestern’s Forum page yesterday gained national attention today when it was picked up by Romenesko, a well-known journalism blog (to find the link, search the page for “Medill”).
The article detailed my proposal that Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism create a course called “Solving the Journalism Crisis,” a think tank of students and professors working together to fix journalism’s problems. Jim Romenesko, the blog’s writer, linked to my article at the end of a post about another journalist trying to “save journalism.”
What do you think? Would you enroll in such a course? What would the syllabus look like? Leave a comment with your thoughts.