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"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.

December 7, 2021

Opinion: Anonymous Sourcing’s Role in the Coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing

"Anonymity brings with it a willingness to cast light into the dark places that hide secrets about what we all need to know. On the other hand, the use of anonymous sources makes the media a dupe for putting out unreliable stories." - Bruce Fritz

man hiding his face

December 1, 2021

Podcast: “Journalisnt,” The Ethical Dilemmas of Reporting on the Ashley Madison Hack

We preserve the integrity of the media, and our own professional integrity by being highly selective about what kind of information we share with the public.