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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
The Buffalo shooting suspect allegedly endorsed “great replacement theory”, a once-fringe racist idea promoted by Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, and others
Lee C. Bollinger / Columbia University:
Columbia University appoints Jelani Cobb as the next journalism school dean, as of August 1; Cobb, a professor at the school, is also a New Yorker staff writer
Michael Schaffer / Politico:
A look at C-SPAN's social media and monetization efforts as its cable fee revenue, 98% of its budget, has fallen from a $70M peak to an estimated <$50M in 2022
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