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The Medill News Service is a content partner of The Texas Tribune and is providing reports from Washington, D.
Drudis, a student at the prestigious Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, who apparently made up quotes not only at the Mercury News -- but while interning at the Philadelphia Daily News and the San Francisco Examiner and while working at the Medill News Service.
Lou Prato is director of broadcasting for the Medill News Service in Washington, D.
The Medill News Service also will send the stories to print and broadcast clients.
It wasn't distance but time that allowed the March 15 wreck of the City of New Orleans Amtrack train to also slip under the radar of another local wire, the Medill News Service, staffed by graduate journalism students at Northwestern University.
Nineteen print and 13 broadcast students took on computer-assisted projects this summer as part of their work for the Medill News Service.