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Meg Heckman
Assistant professor in the School of Journalism
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Meg Heckman for Northeastern Global News

The Scope, a digital magazine run by Northeastern University students, covers stories that other outlets in Greater Boston have overlooked
Meg Heckman, assistant professor of journalism, and Catherine McGloin, the editor of The Scope, work on a story for the digital magazine. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University

The Scope, a digital magazine run by Northeastern University students, covers stories that other outlets in Greater Boston have overlooked

More women journalists are needed for the 2020 presidential election, says a report by Northeastern University’s Storybench

More women journalists are needed for the 2020 presidential election, says a report by Northeastern University’s Storybench

Six women are running for president, a record number. But female journalists have written fewer than one third of recent election stories.
What happens if a robot writes something libelous?

What happens if a robot writes something libelous?

Who gets sued if a robot writes something libelous? Learn the answer to that question on Friday at Northeastern.