By Andrew Wilk
One of the quickest ways for a business to fail is to ignore change. The most recent — and dramatic — example of this was the recent bankruptcy of Eastman Kodak, a company once so completely ensconced in America's consciousness that it was synonymous with the photographic image.
And now it has slid into oblivion, a mere shell of its former self.
By Michael H. LeRoy
In my research on First Amendment employment disputes involving university faculty members, more than 70 percent of these 209 court cases were won by schools. Courts ordered reinstatement in only 1.9 percent of trials.
Journalism enters dangerous territory when reporters look to tell "stories" that are more dramatic, more sensational and more confrontational than what is provided by real life. Rolling Stone magazine found this out with its recent, misguided story about sexual assault at the University of Virginia.
By Robert Silverman
In these pages on Dec. 7, Gary Storm explained continued and repeated attacks into Israel writing that "Palestinian frustrations lead to low-tech missile strikes." And he whitewashed BDS, the group boycotting and sanctioning everything Israeli.
By Peter N. Kirstein
I would like to respond to your article on Dec. 23 on the recently released undated University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure "Report on the Investigation into the Matter of Steven Salaita."
By Arlene Blank
After reading the headline on Dan McCollum's guest commentary in the Dec. 14 edition of The News-Gazette, I knew I had to read his comments.