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Amidst trying campaigns, journalists must remain objective

By Jacqueline Hyman Editor-in-chief @jacqbh58         As a United States citizen who is finally eligible to vote for president, I have felt responsible and inclined to watch all of the recent presidential (and vice presidential) debates. But every time I do, I shake my head in dismay at the conduct being ...

New editor-in-chief aims to expand social, multimedia for this publication

By Jacqueline Hyman @jacqbh58 Editor-in-chief   Dear readers,   You may recognize me from previous columns or articles for the Mitzpeh. Before I became editor-in-chief of the Mitzpeh, I was the opinion editor for two years. I’ve edited for a few other publications on campus, but became connected to the Mitzpeh much ...

’95 graduate continues career in journalism at NIH Record

By Jacqueline Hyman Opinion editor @jacqbh58 Not everyone stays in their studied field after college, but former Mitzpeh editor Dana Talesnik (Steinberg) is still going strong in journalism, writing and editing at the NIH Record. As a staff writer for the Record, Talesnik does everything from covering speeches and events happening at the ...

Publication to switch from print to online

Beginning late next fall, Mitzpeh will follow in the footsteps of its sister publication, The Diamondback, and change its focus to “digital first” in light of ongoing trends in journalism. This publication will release print editions at the beginning of October and November as we transition to our online role, publishing breaking ...