Fired newspaper adviser says j-school dean wanted ‘heads-up’ on controversial stories

Rocky Mountain Collegian
The woman who was fired as adviser to University of Colorado-Boulder’s student newspaper claims journalism school dean Paul Voakes asked her to give him a “heads-up” when the CU-Independent planned to publish controversial material so that he could pass it on to the university’s administration and legal counsel. He denies saying that. || Student Press Law Center: Fired adviser Amy Herdy secretly recorded her conversation with the dean.

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