Shaking up Salt

By JEFF INGLIS  |  July 13, 2011

Galluzzo has expressed interest in coordinating more with local publications and journalism organizations (including the Maine Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, a group I serve as president). It's a fair bet that with Salt's new blood and a refined focus, not only the students and school but also Maine media outlets and their audiences could be real winners.

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This story mistakenly states that a story about Portland’s afghan mosque published in the Portland Phoenix had sprung from a student project at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. The writer of the story had been a Salt student, but her work on the mosque was not part of her coursework there.

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