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Views Preview: Times Story Revisits Aftermath of 2015 Mizzou Protests

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The New York Times reports on the dramatic decline in enrollment at Mizzou in the wake of student protests.  A current student leader cries foul while right-wing media gleefully share the story.  Is there enough context?

Anemona Hartocollis, The New York Times: "Long After Protests, Students Shun the University of Missouri"

MU News Bureau: "Statement from University Leaders to Set the Record Straight: Response to the New York Times Story"

Nathan Willett, Columbia Missourian: "Guest Commentary: National article mischaracterizes state of MU after 2015 protests"

Dave Urbanski, The Blaze: "U of Missouri's 35 percent drop in freshman enrollment blamed on backlash over student protests"

Local columnist loses tussle with sheriff

Bill Clark, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Ol' Clark has run-in with the law"

Sheriff Dwayne Carey, Boone County Sheriff's Department: "The law has a run-in with Ol' Clark"

Bill Clark, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Clark's response: I made 'a lousy call'"

Charles Westmoreland, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Tribune editor responds to Bill Clark column"

Phony leak, accusations of blackmail: another week on the Trump 'fake news' front

Erik Wemple, The Washington Post: "Rachel Maddow warns media about forged document on Trump-Russia: 'Heads up, everybody'"

Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept: "Rachel Maddow's Exclusive "Scoop" About a Fake NSA Document Raises Several Key Questions"

Jim Stinson, LifeZette: "CNN Tailspin: Network Bungles Response to Blackmail Firestorm"

Maxwell Tani, Business Insider: "The far right is floating conspiracy theories about a CNN reporter who profiled a pro-Trump Reddit user"

Bree McEwan, The Conversation: "CNN-Reddit saga exposes tension between the internet, anonymity and power"

Eli Lake, Bloomberg: "Julian Assange Joins Trump's War on CNN"

Brian Steinberg, Variety: "A Year After Ailes' Ouster, Fox News Soldiers on Amid Tumult and Stays No. 1"

Collective bargaining with Google and Facebook?

David Pierson, Los Angeles Times: "Newspapers want to team up against the 'inexorable threat' from Google and Facebook.  Will the government let them?"

Jim Rutenberg, The New York Times: "Newspapers to Seek Bargaining Rights Against Google and Facebook"

New documentary says old photo shows Amelia Earhart captured by Japanese

History: "Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence"

Cleve R. Wootson, Jr., The Washington Post: "Researchers think they know where Amelia Earhart died -- days after a photo suggested she lived"

Clive Irving, The Daily Beast: "Amelia Earhart Captured and Killed? New Evidence Debunks History Channel's Crazy Theory"

MIKE MCKEAN directs the Futures Lab, the experimental newsroom and technology testing center of the Reynolds Journalism Institute. He founded the School's Convergence Journalism program and serves on the MU Information Technology Committee. McKean is a leader in the School's partnerships with Apple, Inc., and Adobe Systems to transform journalism education through pervasive computing. He is a frequent trainer and guest lecturer at top media companies and universities in China, has helped establish convergence journalism programs at Shantou University and Moscow State University, and has conducted Internet workshops in the United States, the Russian Federation and Albania. McKean has been honored with the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching and the MU Faculty-Alumni Award. He earned a bachelor's degree at the Missouri School of Journalism in 1979 and a master of arts in political science from Rice University in 1985. McKean has served on the J-School faculty since 1986.