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Fake News from a Journalist’s Perspective Panel Tuesday

Fake News from a Journalist's Perspective posterPlan to attend our last event in the Fake News series.  Facilitated by Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood, GRCC adjunct journalism professor, Collegiate Advisor & Former MLive reporter, a panel of journalists in various points of their careers will discuss our changing media landscape and the effects of fake news on the journalism industry.
Tuesday, April 10, 201 | 11:30 a.m. | Library & Learning Commons (2nd floor, West).
The program includes features:
  • Catherine Behrendt (QZZM-13)
  • Clayton Cummins (GRCC Alumnus & Anchor for WILX News-10)
  • Justin Dawes (GRCC Alumnus & Grand Rapids Business Journal)
  • Bart Deiters (Wood TV-8)
  • Jim Harger (MLive)
  • Shelly Irwin (WGVU)
  • Participation of student editors from the GRCC Collegiate

Sponsored by GRCC’s Campus Common Reading Committee, Dean’s Office for Instructional Support, Library and Learning Commons, Facilities, and Media Technologies. Open to the public. Refreshments!

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Zeitungen in der Bibliothek

Translated: Newspapers in the Library

Did you know that the GRCC Library retains 3 months of issues for several major local, national & even international newspapers?  The issues are available for browsing on the second floor of the library, with the most current issues displayed on a spinner and the other issues shelved at the front of the periodicals area.   Here you can pick up & check out current events in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal or the german paper – the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.  Click on the titles below, in the full list of newspapers currently received, to view which issues have been received and are available – for a few of the titles the library also provides online access to articles, for students, staff & faculty.

Come in today and take a look at these titles and more – stay up to date on what’s going on in society & the world!

 

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