Departing Observer editor: Journalism’s power is being the voice for the voiceless

In her final edit desk, managing editor Casey Farmer, ’18, reflects on her career at the Brown and White and future career as a journalist. She writes about how she became inspired to write and give a voice to the voiceless.

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"If Ann Richards failed to manage that delicate balance of power in the one term she served as governor of this state, she gets some credit for trying." Not that the Observer [where tpp editor worked during her term] was inclined to give her much credit at the time. Instead, the longtime liberal voice for Texas was inclined to push her to do more.

Lee Davidson (The Plainsman editor who challenged AU Board of Trustees, particularly Bobby Lowder) Kirby Delauter (who learned the limits of power) Not to mention President richard nixon– hated news media and often tried to suppress them (Pentagon Papers, 1971)

A Voice for the Voiceless. Zimbabwe’s struggle for solar. After several year of stalled and failed projects, Zimbabwe’s government is now seeking to implement existing projects, and to get rid of licensed projects that have never been realized.

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Media has been the ‘voice of voiceless’ and acts as a public ‘watchdog’. Media not only transfers the information from government to public or vice-versa as a ‘bridge’, but also provides an open platform for discussion on public issues and contributes in a participatory democracy.

 · David Waters. David Waters retired recently from The Commercial Appeal, but that didn’t mark the end of his journalism career or his impact on journalism in Memphis.. A 1981 graduate of then-Memphis State University, Waters has joined the University of Memphis newly created Institute for Public Service Reporting, where he will serve as associate director.