January 11, 2024

UNC’s Daily Tar Heel Shirks Objectivity for Disruptive and Powerful Front Page

The Daily Tar Heel, UNC's weekly student newspaper, took a stand and presented stories from a tragic day when the University was under lockdown after an active shooter entered the premises. The editorials surrounding the incident challenged reporting norms and made a statement about their individual ethics as reporters.

December 20, 2023

The Unconventional Truth: Michael Rapaport’s Impactful Approach to Podcasting

Can a public figure serve as an effective information source on global issues? Does podcasting elevate him to the status of a journalist? In a world where freedom of speech empowers anyone to host a podcast, where does entertainment end, and information begin?

December 11, 2023

Houston’s Little Lagos: Entrepreneurs Yearn for Direct Flight to Nigeria

In the heart of Houston's Little Lagos, entrepreneurs yearn for a direct flight to Nigeria, anticipating it as a bridge that would not only enhance cultural exchange but also streamline the import of authentic Nigerian goods, providing businesses on Bissonnet Street with a gateway to endless possibilities.

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December 11, 2023

Often Overlooked: Patrilineal Jews in Germany

"If I had been born 80 years ago, I would have been killed."

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December 10, 2023

The TikTok Legal Educators: Navigating the Gray Area of Information Sharing

Their legal commentary actually offers a more unique perspective on news than traditional journalists.