On the final ATV News of the semester... hawks were shot in Smithfield... help law enforcement stop the mayhem. Edith Bowen students may be little... but they have big hearts... see what they did to help Haiyan victims. As we head into Christmas break, Aggie Blue Bikes are getting busier than usual... find out why. How are high schools making getting into college cheaper? The XBOX One was released... some people stuck it out through the weather to get theirs. All that and more coming up on ATV News.
Producer: Lee Kubik
Taking the Heat
“Robert L. Kierstead wrote a column every other week as the Globe’s ombudsman, which he called his ‘favorite newspaper position,’ while acknowledging that it was ‘an important, challenging, and often thankless role.’” . . .
“[He] estimated that he had fielded more than 30,000 calls and letters from readers. Based on those conversations and other research, Mr. Kierstead passed judgment in columns that established him as a watchdog for errors and missteps. If readers were upset when they called him, reporters, editors, and photographers could end up even angrier after being publicly chastised in the Globe’s pages by one of their own.”
—Robert Kierstead (1928-2013) obit by Bryan Marquand, The Boston Globe, Nov. 15, 2013
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Nov 19, 2013
Utah’s first Hispanic federal judge spoke to about 30 students about his journey to the court bench Thursday evening in the Agricultural Sciences Building. Read More
Nov 06, 2013
The Society of Professional Journalists announced the national winners of the 2012 Mark of Excellence Awards. USU Student Journalism student MacKenzie Hamliton’s article on a young man’s mission to help the street children of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia was chosen for the award out of 4,600 entries. Read More