As iconic events of the 1960s are being remembered and celebrated to commemorate their 50th anniversaries, it is interesting to discover how American sentiments about those events have evolved, and sometimes changed. To that end, students in HIS 3940: History of American Journalism examine how events of the 1960s were reported initially in the pages of predominant newspapers and magazines of the era, and through television. They then compare the coverage with how these events are remembered today. three undergraduate journalism students, Katelyn R. Ifft, Danielle Swindel and Gina L. Volk, will share and discuss their findings.
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