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There would be no more editor-in-chief. Some days later, Kirk gave this message to the remaining staff at the Liberty Champion, once the purges of troublesome staff—Panyard among them—were complete: “Your job is to keep the LU reputation and the image as it is. … Don’t destroy the image of LU. Pretty simple. OK? Well you might say, ‘Well, that’s not my job, my job is to do journalism. My job is to be First Amendment. My job is to go out and dig and investigate, and I should do anything I want to do because I’m a journalist.’ So let’s get that notion out of your head. OK?” Here’s the thing—Liberty’s student newspaper staffers weren’t employees. This wasn’t an alumni newsletter written and published by paid staff (and perhaps paid student workers) working in the alumni department. Working at the student newspaper is more like an internship, where you have the opportunity to gain skills and experience.
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Denmark to tag wild wolves after shooting row By News from Elsewhere… …as found by BBC Monitoring These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Danish scientists filmed wolf cubs in Jutland earlier this year Denmark is to tag its first wild wolf pack in 200 years with GPS trackers, in order to keep tabs on the wolves and protect them from hunters. The government has given Aarhus University permission to tag ten wolves in a catch-and-release scheme, as it is not clear whether some have crossed into Germany, the DR public broadcaster reports. Danes thought their last wolves had died out in the early 19th century, until one was spotted in Jutland six years ago. The female later mated, and Denmark announced last year that it now has a fully-fledged pack . Copenhagen University’s wolf programme, which was set up to monitor the pack, believes the first pair moved to Denmark from the forests of eastern Germany. But the reasons for the tagging are not purely scientific. Environment Jakob Ellemann-Jensen acknowledged that farmers in Jutland are concerned that the wolves are varying their standard diet of deer with the occasional sheep. “The arrival of wolves in Denmark has prompted considerable public concern, and I understand that,” he said, adding that tagging will help scientists learn more about the wolves and “hopefully make Danes feel safer,” the Dagens news site reports. This comes after a member of the public was filmed shooting a wolf dead in May, in a case that caused nationwide outrage.