Library participates in “What Good Is the Press?” exhibit at Newhouse School

Leading examples of the power of a free press are on display this February at all three Newhouse School of Public Communications buildings. A Library contribution to Newhouse’s “Year of the First Amendment” celebration, the poster exhibit highlights groundbreaking coverage by journalists, such as original reporting on the 1955 murder of Emmett Till, analysis of the illicit drug trade on the SU campus during the Vietnam era, and more recent exploration of the Bush administration’s controversial domestic eavesdropping program. This historical media exhibition is co-curated by Syracuse University Library and the Newhouse School of Public Communications, with poster production services courtesy of the Library’s Digital Imaging Services Center (DISC)

For more information, contact Michael Pasqualoni, Subject Librarian for Communications,, or Professor Charlotte Grimes, Knight Chair in Political Reporting,

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