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UNC paper sues to open meetings The Collegian comments Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only Category: Media, Relations Author: By Monte Whaley, Staff Writer for The Denver Post, May 1, 2004
Sample Press Release for Founding Members Use this sample press release as a guide to announce that your organization and your institution are officially one of the 100 original Founding Members of ASGA Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only Category: Media, Relations Author: Oxendine, Jr., W.H. "Butch"
How To Get Headlines Campus newspaper editors offer advice Issue: Student Leader - Fall 2001 Category: Media, Relations Author: Jennifer Lind, associate editor
Sick of Bad Press? Tips for getting along with campus media Issue: Student Leader - Winter 2001 Category: Media, Relations Author: Jennifer Lind
That Really Bugs Me Editors reveal pet peeves you need to avoid Issue: Student Leader - Spring 1998 Category: Media, Relations Author: Oxendine, Butch
You vs. the Campus Press Tips to help you get along with the media Issue: Student Leader - Fall 1995 Category: Media, Relations Author: By Butch Oxendine, editor in chief
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