Opinion (Page 3)
January 26, 2022
Opinion: Applying Ethics of Care to Trauma Reporting
“With ethics of care, you have an obligation to care for the particular person in front of you," said Jeff Nielsen, a professor of philosophy and ethics.
January 19, 2022
Opinion: The Ethics of Journalists Publishing Classified or Stolen Information
As a whole, journalists should publish crucial information, regardless of how the information was obtained.
January 12, 2022
Opinion: Celebrity Relationships in the Media
When an average person gets a new partner, no one bats an eye. But when a celebrity is spotted with someone new, everyone wants to know who they are and why they’re together.
January 10, 2022
Opinion: Lessons from the Near-Death Experience Community in the Midst of COVID
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — Cathy Gabrielsen was 39 years old when she met Jesus. He looked like the Jesus you would […]
January 3, 2022
Opinion: In Defense of the Fourth Estate — Strengthening FOIA for Public Interest
In recent years, FOIA has gained a notorious reputation for extended delays or even non-responsiveness, but there are ways to improve the FOIA laws.