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Statue of Veritas in front of Hillsborough County Courthouse, Tampa, Fla.

January 11, 2022

Podcast: Journalism / Mythinformation with Hayes Brown

Journalism / Mythinformation is a podcast that focuses on journalists of today and the challenges they face during this era […]

Online portal for FOIA requests

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. 

"Nacimiento Del Parque Chicano" mural painted by Dolores Serrano (Photo Credit: Shirley Ojeda)

December 20, 2021

Chicano Park Murals Still Speak Truth After 50 Years

Barrio Logan's neighborhood holds so much history with its Chicano murals, painted in Chicano Park, which represent Mexican-American experience from immigration to modern day environmental concerns. This is a locally beloved park for many of its residents.

Becky G hosting her vitrual event "Noche de Posadas"

December 16, 2021

‘Noche de Posadas’ with Becky G

Though Latinx Heritage Month ended on October 15, the Latinx holiday celebrations are only beginning. On Thursday, November 4, Mexican-American singer and actress Rebbeca Marie Gomez, also known as “Becky G,” hosted a virtual launch of her new Christmas-themed makeup collection.

December 7, 2021

Opinion: “Icarus,” the 2017 Documentary on Doping, Flies Close to Unjustifiable Were It Not for a Twist of Fate

"Icarus," the 2017 film on doping, is a prime example of why the value of undercover journalism is best determined in hindsight.