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Journalism students antidote to 'fake news'

By JULIE ZAUZMER THE WASHINGTON POST

This article was published December 16, 2017 at 2:46 a.m.

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Editors for the school newspaper at Liberty University, the world’s largest evangelical Christian school, work Sunday afternoon to prepare the next day’s edition of the paper.

Erin Corey, assistant news editor of the Liberty Champion, makes changes to the layout plan for the next edition of the paper on Sunday.

What do you do when everyone around you thinks the media is "fake news" -- and you want to work for the media?

Erin Corey, assistant news editor of the Liberty Champion, makes changes to the layout plan for the next edition of the paper on Sunday.

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