I do love that my job is newsworthy in The Jewish Outlook, my hometown Jewish paper.
However, just so we’re clear, JSPS was founded in 1971, not 1970. And it used provide “content for campus Jewish publications around the U.S.” but there are very few of those left and they do not get their content from JSPS. Nowadays, JSPS is really just the organization that publishes New Voices Magazine.
Speaking of New Voices, it’s not “a monthly online student publication.” It’s just an online student publication–nothing monthly about it.
Also, if they’d consulted their AP Stylebook, they would’ve found that publications are italicized, rather than set in quotation marks.
Not that I’m complaining. All publicity is good publicity.