Posts Tagged ‘Steve Coll’

Politico’s Dylan Byers has a hint of what’s going to come out in Columbia Journalism School’s review of the Rolling Stone UVA story, and it’s not going to be pretty:

The highly anticipated review of Rolling Stone’s disputed story about a University of Virginia gang rape was submitted to the magazine this week, the On Media blog has learned, and its contents are apparently quite damning.

The review, which was submitted by Columbia Journalism School dean Steve Coll, is significantly longer than the original 9,000-word article, sources with knowledge of its contents said. They also said the review offered a blunt indictment of Rolling Stone’s reporting and its violation of journalism ethics. A significant portion of the review is slated to run in the magazine next month, they said.

The New America Foundation will be hosting a discussion on the Cheney vice presidency on December 2. Participants will include Bart Gellman, author of the Cheney VP biography (which I highly recommend), Steve Coll of The New Yorker and Steve Clemons of The Washington Note.

If you’re in the DC area, I would recommend going to this.