Morning Links: College Paper Winners and Losers

VA Tech student paper The Collegiate Times published special edition after a marathon of resourceful live coverage of yesterday’s campus shooting. [Poynter]

Yeshiva University’s student council withdrew funding from student paper after it published an anonymous essay about premarital sex. [WSJ]

Vogue’s entire archive is available online, for the Vogue-appropriate price of $1575 a year. [Folio]

Former Bon Appetit editor Barbara Fairchild is running a food magazine again, digital weekly Real Eats. [Decoder]

Patch is consolidating sites in New Jersey and California. [AdAge]

With help from Iran, CPJ reports highest numbers of jailed reporters in 15 years. [CPJ]

OWN is resonating with African American audience, flagging elsewhere. [Adweek]

Graydon Carter grabbed Judith Puckett-Rinella, the photo editor from T, The New York Times style magazine,  for Vanity Fair. [WWD]


  Morning Links: College Paper Winners and Losers