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Emory University is discontinuing its journalism program, along with other departments.

For College freshman Samantha Miller who came to Emory for the purpose of majoring in journalism, she says she’ll have to rethink her academic career.

“I honestly wish they had made such drastic decisions before this freshmen class was choosing their colleges,” she said. “I guess I’m left with becoming an English major and having to suck it up.”

* (AP via sacbee.com) | Emory student paper’s report: (emorywheel.com)

Also:
* NYT Co. offers ex-employees lump sum payment for their pensions. (nytimes.com)
* Is it NPR’s responsibility to keep racist opinions off the air? (npr.org)
* OC Register immigration reporter spends months on foundation-funded sea smuggling story. (mediabistro.com)
* Milwaukee freelancer sues M Magazine over “willful” byline screw-ups. (milwaukeemag.com)
* Time Inc. CEO aims to unify print and online fiefdoms. (adage.com)
* Providence Journal union mulls concessions to avoid layoffs. (wpri.com) | (wrnipoliticsblog.com)
* The New Republic tried without luck to get Hanna Rosin to leave The Atlantic. “I basically put it off,” she says. (wwd.com)
* It looks like Erik Wemple has been blacklisted by Fox News PR. (washingtonpost.com) | Earlier: The Fox News PR machine. (jimromenesko.com)
* Current TV publicist who launched ThatsNotOkayNY.com is unhappy with Gawker’s Thatz Not Okay column. (mediabistro.com)