The 9th Street Journal is published by students in the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. The project is edited by Bill Adair, the Knight Professor of the Practice of Journalism and Public Policy, and managing editor Alison Jones.
The goal of The 9th Street Journal is to publish news and feature articles about Durham and give the students opportunities to cover important issues facing urban America and our democratic systems. Students enrolled in the DeWitt Wallace Center’s advanced reporting seminars focus on one topic at a time, such as the Durham County Courthouse or the 2020 elections. Other students cover city and county news and North Carolina politics.
We welcome feedback and suggestions about stories or topics to cover.
Bill Adair – firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison Jones – email@example.com
Corrections and Editorial Policies
We make every effort to get the facts correct. If you believe we’ve made an error, please alert us so we can publish a correction.
Read more about our editorial policies and practices.
Meet the members of The 9th Street Journal Advisory Board.
Support Our Work
The 9th Street Journal is supported by grants and by gifts from individuals, and is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and the Institute for Nonprofit News. Learn more about how you can support our work.
Photo at top: The 9th Street Journal team, summer 2021. From left to right, Grace Abels, Nicole Kagan and Julianna Rennie.