Opinion (Page 2)

December 1, 2023

The Evolving Face of Journalism: MSNBC’s Advocacy Role

"MSNBC, with its distinct blend of news and progressive commentary, emerges as a particularly polarizing figure in the debate on the evolving nature of journalism."

November 15, 2023

Rush To Report: How The 24/7 News Cycle Influences the Public’s Perception of Crime

“The degree of acute stress following the Boston Marathon bombings was compared for those directly exposed to the event and those exposed through media coverage.”

November 15, 2023

The Friend Zone Podcast: Where Personal Growth, Pop Culture, and Journalism Meet

In a digital age saturated with content, where substance is often overshadowed by style, "The Friend Zone" reminds us that journalism can be a vehicle for meaningful discourse, even in the most unconventional of spaces.

November 9, 2023

Navigating the Sea of Information: Strategies for Evaluating News Credibility

In a digital age awash with a deluge of information, ensuring that you stand on solid ground when it comes to news consumption is paramount. The modern information landscape demands a reliable compass, and this essay aims to equip you with the tools to construct one.

Computer generated image of a brain in two halves. One half is made up of a computer circuit.

November 8, 2023

Navigating Generative AI in Journalism

The creative minds that always seemed untouchable are suddenly just as vulnerable from being replaced by the Übermensch capacities of generative AI