FOR NOW: Fans
slap hands with senior Nate Harris, at
the head of the line, after the Aggies
beat SJSU to secure the No. 2 WAC seed.
See story in Sports. / Photo by Robert
word on journalism
Monday, March 6, 2006
in journalism means refusal to take sides.
Many newspapers are neutral with regard to
certain issues. Hardly a newspaper exists
which is completely neutral upon all issues.
Such a newspaper would be regarded as spineless.
Just as the individual cannot escape taking
sides against evils in life, so the newspaper
necessarily has convictions against crime,
corruption, and other evils in public affairs."
Fox Mott, journalism professor, in "An
Outline Survey of Journalism," 1940
WHITE STUFF: A boy
hears his mother's call and turns to go to her
in front of Old Main, left. Below, a biker and
a campus sculpture amid the snows of late February.
/ Photos by Brianna Mortensen
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