The Bullet recently received five Virginia Press Association awards for the 2010 collegiate journalism competition.
The Bullet won first-place for former Editor-in-Chief Jessica Masulli’s general news coverage of former Chief Information Officer Khalil Yazdi’s firing, and for former Entertainment Editor …
The University denied the Bullet’s request for police records related to President Judy Hample’s false report during a safety walk on Sept. 30.
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BY AARON RICHARDSON
After two and a half years of cutting out pictures of singers, rappers, actors and just about anything else under the sun, I’m leaving the Entertainment section behind. I’ll still be working for the Bullet but from now on I’ll be focusing my energies on the new and improved Bullet website.
In the time since I began working under Will Copps as assistant Entertainment editor freshman year, I’ve had the opportunity to cover some pretty cool stuff. Last year I had the opportunity to interview the Plain White T’s and Eve 6 on the eve (heyo!) of their reunion for homecoming last year.