College Journalism Covid-19 Coverage U.S. Map

How college journalists have covered COVID-19

This project was borne out of a deep admiration for the tireless work of student journalists. As we at the Duke Chronicle worked to document the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, we found strength in the fact that, while physically fractured, we were not alone. Thanks to the collaboration of media platforms from all 50 states, this project is a lasting testament to college journalism’s resilience. To enter your college media organization's stories and packages, fill out this form.

Data complied by Leah Abrams and Jake Satisky. Illustration by Nina Wilder.



The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was first discovered in Wuhan, China in December of 2019, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The situation has now been announced by the WHO as a pandemic. With increased panic as the Palouse prepares for possible impact due to the disease there is a lot of information going around right now surrounding coronavirus and its impact on the community. To help readers understand The Argonaut has created a comprehensive timeline for the coronavirus and our coverage of it on the University of Idaho campus.

March 12, 2020 | The Argonaut @ University of Idaho

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