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At the annual American Copy Editors Society's national conference, editors from the Associated Press discussed changes to the AP Stylebook — but dropping the distinction between who and whom wasn't one of them.
Spring break for MU students coincides with the annual conference of the American Copy Editors Society, a pilgrimage for syntactical soldiers. On Friday, Maggie Walter writes, Pittsburgh vibrated with rumors of changes to the AP Stylebook and debates about "ain't."
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These are the questions editors and reporters should ask before publishing a local story with anonymous sources.
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As journalism graduates enter the next phase of their careers, they would do well to heed my father: You're not finished yet.
The assistant city editor discusses his middle school newspaper days and his interest in beekeeping and the Postal Service.
This year's Show Me the Errors contest will offer a book about bookstores rather than the usual about grammar and editing. "My Bookstore: Writers Celebrate Their Favorite Places to Browse, Read, And Shop" is a collection of essays about bookstores and why they are beloved.
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