Student, pro members explore ethics through ‘Shattered Glass’ showing

Three professional journalists who are University of Louisiana alumni joined six of the UL Lafayette SPJ chapter members on May 23 for the chapter’s required ethics meeting, a showing of the film “Shattered Glass.” The movie is about the scandal at the New Republic in 1998, when reporter Stephen Glass was found to have fabricated all or parts of 27 articles. 

Seated clockwise from left are: Daniel Boudreaux; Lanie Lee Cook, a reporter for The Advocate and member of the Louisiana Pro Chapter board; Robert Buckman, Ph.D., faculty adviser; Ashley Hinson, a reporter for The Daily Iberian in New Iberia; Holly Duchmann, who graduated the previous week and is chapter president and outgoing editor of The Vermilion, the UL Lafayette weekly; Garrett Ohlmeyer; Kailey Broussard, student representative of the Louisiana Pro Chapter; Leah Cavalier; Devin Cochran, incoming Vermilion editor; and Jordan Arceneaux, editor of the Opelousas Daily World.


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