Tag: Arizona Republic

Arizona Appeals Court upholds Arias’s murder conviction

The Arizona Court of Appeals upheld Jodi Arias’s murder conviction Tuesday, five months after her appeal hearing. In October 2019, Arias sought to appeal her...

The Rundown: Council protest, economics of the arts, Valeria Fernandez

The Rundown is a collaboration between Downtown Devil and Blaze Radio that recaps Downtown Devil's weekly coverage of downtown Phoenix. In this week's episode, Editor-in-Chief...

The Arizona Republic holds conversation on multiracial identities

A panel discussing media coverage of multiracial and multiethnic communities was held at The Arizona Republic as part of the Republic’s tenth Diversity Dialogue....

Downtown Digest: 8/28 – 9/3

“Downtown Digest” is your weekly preview from Downtown Devil. Here, we’ll share information about community meetings, arts and culture events, and more. If you...

Cronkite alumni, faculty and students share advice at annual Cronkite Day panels

Attendees were able to meet with representatives from student organizations as well as hear from faculty and alumni at Cronkite Day last Friday.

A Tailored Place: Arizona Storytellers

Arizona Storytellers: Stories of a Stylish Life brought together eight individuals from different backgrounds and careers in fashion to share their stories at the Phoenix Art Museum on Wednesday, March 4.

Former Arizona Republic reporter discusses book about early-onset Alzheimer’s experience

Greg O'Brien, a former Arizona Republic reporter and author of On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer's, spoke about his battle with the disease with students at the Cronkite School.

Devil’s Advocate: Bicycling can be fearful on the Phoenix streets — what can we...

Editor in Chief Miguel Otarola got hooked on biking as transportation over the summer. However, as the school year started and the sun began to set earlier, he grew concerned about his safety while commuting.

Walter Cronkite School to offer Super Bowl class in fall 2014 semester

With the Super Bowl coming to Glendale in Feb. 2015, the Walter Cronkite School is adding a class for the fall 2014 semester to cover the events leading up to the game. The 20 students selected for the program will cover the community, tourism and pre-game news attached to the Super Bowl.

Cronkite adjunct professor tours with local band, falls in love

Amanda Crawford has always been a multi-tasker in life, so balancing teaching duties at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and musical ones with her band Former Friends of Young Americans is no trouble. Crawford is an established journalist, with experience at the Arizona Republic and Bloomberg.