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The myth of the echo chamber
1 month ago

The myth of the echo chamber

There are widespread fears that so-called echo chambers and filter bubbles are leading to political polarization that poses a danger to democracy. But are the fears unfounded?
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New study examines meditation as tool for anxious student journalists
2 months ago

New study examines meditation as tool for anxious student journalists

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The mindfulness class will introduce students to the fundamentals of mindfulness and explore different forms of meditation practice.
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Actions speak louder than words
3 months ago

Actions speak louder than words

Journalists’ attitudes towards activism are shifting. Are newsroom policies keeping up?
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Andree Lau on increasing diversity in reporting and the newsroom
3 months ago

Andree Lau on increasing diversity in reporting and the newsroom

If you make an effort to get diversity in your reporting, Lau said, you’ll often find that your stories are more interesting.
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Readers, Write On!
3 months ago

Readers, Write On!

Will comment sections fade away, or be revived by new technologies?
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White knights in film noir
3 months ago

White knights in film noir

Hildy Johnson, in her pinstripe suit and jaunty hat, enters the office of her editor, Walter Burns. She’s quitting. She won’t be dissuaded­­ by quick-talking Walter, her former lover. She’s… Continue Reading White knights in film noir