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Visual Journalism

After the Flood

How photographer Sean Gallagher captured the devastating effects of Typhoon Doksuri on Beijing

Sounding

Standing Up to Corruption and Violence

Jaemark Tordecilla, NF ‘24, on the harassment, brutality, and financial pressures faced by journalists in the Philippines

Live @ Lippmann

‘Social Media is a Crime Scene’

Joan Donovan on the chaos of disinformation and how to navigate a “splintered” reality online

Interview

In Illinois, Two Bills Aim to Put Reporters Back into Communities

Steve Stadelman, a former journalist turned state senator, explains why the government needs to support local journalism.

Opinion

Want to Reach Gen Z? Prioritize Young Voices

Student journalists are key to engaging a critical demographic ahead of the 2024 election.

Visual Journalism

A Moment of Deep Sorrow on the U.S.-Mexico Border

What it looks like when we humanize the migrants coming to America

Books

The Story Behind the Execution of AP Reporter Joseph Morton During WW2

A new book examines the work of The Associated Press in covering Nazi Germany.

Features

Generation #Branded

Teaching students how to live up to the trust news consumers have in social media has become a top focus for many journalism schools.

Opinion

News Organizations Are Leaving Twitter. What About You?

Even with Twitter losing credibility, leaving the platform requires a significant shift in how journalists track developing news. That’s easier said than done.

Features

Journalism Needs Leaders Who Know How to Run a Business

These are the five crucial skills for the next generation of media leaders in the era of community-centric journalism.