MU Communications Professor Melissa Click broke her silence, telling her story to several local media outlets. But, her attempt to repair her image faced a new challenge Saturday, when the Columbia Missourian published video from the Homecoming parade.
William Schmitt, Columbia Missourian: “Melissa Click says she’ll fight to restore her reputation, keep job”
Caitlin Campbell, Columbia Daily Tribune: “MU Chancellor, curator “appalled” by new Melissa Click body camera footage”
Rudi Keller, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Chancellor sends mixed messages on Melissa Click in separate statements"
Robert A. Crontkleton, Kansas City Star: “Interim MU chancellor calls Melissa Click’s behavior in new video appalling”
Jim Riek, Kylie Callura & Rose Schmidt, KOMU: “Melissa Click: ‘I was very concerned for the students’ safety’”
Melissa Click, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Actions on quadrangle were spontaneous, instinctive and regrettable"
Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post: “Mizzou chancellor condemns ‘verbal assualt’ by Melissa Click during Homecoming parade”
Ryan Famuliner & Nathan Lawrence, KBIA: “An interview with Melissa Click”
Marissa Hollowed, KMIZ: “Suspended MU professor Melissa Click speaks to ABC 17 News”
Realignment at the BBC
It's anticipated a radical overhaul will be announced later this spring. The newly organized BBC will eliminate traditional "channels" for content delivery and focus on an audience-centered approach.
Patrick Foster, The Telegraph: “BBC to axe television and radio divisions as part of radical management overhaul”
Chris Cooke, Complete Music Update: “BBC chief planning a radical overhaul of Corporation hierarchy”
Hannah Ellis-Peterson, The Guardian: “Credits roll on-air for the final time as BBC3 becomes online only”
Antonin Scalia 1936-2016
Gary Martin & Guillermo Contreras, San Antonio Express-News: “Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia found dead in West Texas ranch”
Leon Neyfakh, Slate: “How the San Antonio Express-News got the scoop on Antonin Scalia’s death”
Benjamin Mullins, Poynter: “How the San Antonio Express-News broke news of Scalia’s death”
David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times: “Scalia’s death changes balance of high court, alters presidential campaign”
Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker: “How Scalia changed the Supreme Court”
Lyle Denniston, SCOTUSblog: “Is a recess appointment the the Court an option?”
J.D. Durkin, Mediate: “Colbert heartwarmingly recalls meeting Justice Antonin Scalia: ‘I will forever be grateful’”
Brendan James, International Business Times: “Media bigwigs donate to Hillary Clinton; writer donate to Bernie Sanders”
Jeremy W Peters & John Koblin, New York Times: “George Stephanopoulos’s gifts to Clinton Foundation reinforces G.O.P. doubts”
Rangers donate to writer
Pat Leonard & Peter Botte, New York Daily News: “Rangers donate $5K to support AP hockey writer Ira Podell”
Reporters, researchers unite
Sam Roe, Columbia Journalism Review: “Could collaborating with scientists be the next step for investigative reporting?”
Tal Lorberbaum, Kevin J. Sampson, Raymond L. Woosley, Robert S. Kass & Nicholas P. Tatonetti: “An integrative data science pipeline to identify novel drug interactions that prolong the QT interval”
Sam Roe & Karisa King, Chicago Tribune: “Data mining for deady drug interactions”
Sam Roe & Ryan Marx, Chicago Tribune: “Data: Data mining flags four potentially risky drug pairs”
Karisa King & Sam Roe Chicago Tribune: “Prescription for harm: Dangerous drug mix leaves woman fighting for life”