August 27, 2022
China’s Cybersecurity Woes: Real Threat or Sensationalism for Clicks
When a data leak impacts Chinese citizens, is the eagerness with which American media outlets jump to report on the story justified?
August 19, 2022
On the Wings of Angels: How Whistleblowers Shed Light on Harassment at Victoria’s Secret
Leslie Wexner and Ed Razek were the two most powerful men at Victoria’s Secret until whistleblowers came forward to expose the toxic underpinnings of their power.
July 27, 2022
Podcast: Should Media Censor Dead Bodies On Television for Children?
Children in America today learn about lockdowns, not talking to strangers, and the meaning of death. But with school shootings on the rise, should dead children on television be part of that education?
July 12, 2022
Opinion: Abortion Limits Echo Anxieties About Civil Rights and Slavery
For Black women, the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade threatens to upend a hard-fought battle for equality.
June 22, 2022
Opinion: Pitching Between the Gray Lines
(SOUTH BRUNSWICK, N.J.) — What does the gray area in journalism look like? The Click spoke to Charis Smith, a […]