Mónica Marie Zorrilla
November 8, 2021
Opinion: Gawker Staff Writer Tackles ‘The Race Card’ in Cultural Critique
“Identity fraud” is commonly defined as a crime, usually a scam, that involves stealing another’s personal information. But Gawker staff […]
November 1, 2021
Clickcast Debates: Kobe Bryant, Washington Post, and How Journalists Discuss Public Figures in Death
In the latest installment of Clickcast Debates, panelists Alexis Schwartz, Max Asher Kirsch, and Hannah Sparks, along with host Mónica […]
October 13, 2021
How the ‘Maintenance Phase’ Podcast Maintains Journalistic Integrity While Calling Out False Wellness Gurus
Aubrey Gordon introduces herself on her podcast as a, “Fat lady about town,” and she does so with no qualms. […]
November 6, 2020
How a Comedy Show on a Virtual Island Eased Election Night Anxieties
For a brief hour during Election Night, attendees of Comedy Crossing were able to forget the bizarre presidential race and laugh.
October 30, 2020
Two Leaders of ‘Settle for Biden’ on Why Reluctant Votes Still Count
As early voting continues and Election Day approaches, the organizers of Settle for Biden speak to The Click about persuading progressives to vote pragmatically, rather than emphatically.