Keynote speaker Lindy West shares the importance of opinion and truth in storytelling I’ve been told my opinions are irrelevant in journalistic writing, and people only want to hear the facts. I’ve been told this […]
We met with multiple women to ask about their experiences with sexism in the workplace as a female journalist.
A commentary by Neha Madhira How censorship proves administrators care more about school image than quality journalism “When you censor blatantly, lies are just as valid as the truth.” – Lindy West The New York […]
Diana Henriques’s Advice to Journalists Seeking to Captivate Their Readers “In that short scene, Mark Madoff’s tantrum basically summarized five chapters from my book,” Diana Henriques said about the FBI interrogation scene in the HBO […]
Journalism students sit down with Mexican Border correspondent for The Dallas Morning News Alfredo Corchado to discuss the challenges of covering immigration today. By: Ashly Ibarra, Ellen Daly, Elizabeth Pickett
“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.” ― Oscar Wilde Introduction to Me: Learning From My Lows Over the past […]