The dean of Northwestern University’s journalism school is being taken to task by some of the school’s students for using anonymous sources in a column he wrote in the Medill alumni magazine, the Chicago Tribune reports. David Spett, a Medill senior, contacted all of the 29 students in the marketing classes he figured the dean must have been talking about, and none of them owned up to the quote
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