Opinion (Page 2)
January 4, 2023
Undercover Reporting on Shein Raises Ethical Questions
(HACKENSACK, N.J.) — Fast-fashion brand Shein is a Chinese online clothing retailer founded in 2012 and famously known for its […]
December 31, 2022
Microaggressions in the Newsroom Put Minority Journalists at a Disadvantage
(HACKENSACK, N.J.) — While the prefix “micro” means small, microaggressions can be quite devastating for the people who’re on the […]
December 22, 2022
Opinion: Addicted to Regurgitation – Churnalists at Large
Everyone’s doing it. And everyone knows that it’s wrong. Churnalism is a big part of our media cycle, and like all things, it’s getting worse. Churnalism is nothing more than an attempt to get clicks by repeating what everyone else says
December 5, 2022
Opinion: Can a Newspaper Follow the North Star?
Frederick Douglass's North Star newspaper was advocacy journalism and ethical journalism at its finest, which is why it helped the United States transform into a better country.
November 16, 2022
They’re Not All Winners in The President’s Club
In 2018, The Financial Times sent Marriage undercover to the annual dinner held at The Dorchester Hotel in London to investigate claims of sexual harassment made by former female employees.