Carol Lenning Lecture

Pulitzer Prize-winning Carol Lenning couldn’t stress the importance of accuracy over and over again. In her line of work, even a small error can potentially damage the credibility of the story or the reputation of the journalist. Sources are very important to a story, exposing information for the benefit of the greater good. Lenning had an interesting approach to journalism. She doesn’t determine what things are legal or illegal, instead, she wants to expose stories that make people question their government. They need to assess what standards we must hold our government officials to.

 

Drawing (by me) of the event