The chaos of the Internet has wrecked on the industry and has left journalism schools scurrying to plug the digital holes in their curriculum, while universities ignore the Latino demographic tsunami that is moments away from engulfing and sinking their proverbial ship.
According to the Pew Research Center, 800,000 U.S.-born Latinos enter adulthood each year, which is expected to rise to over a million annually. By 2060, they will account for 31 percent of the U.S. population. The implications of the population shift are stark for higher education and the media.
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