Book columnist Ryan Lillestrand PZ `23 declares his love for Joan Didion’s writing, though he doesn’t dare imitate her signature style.
Claremont McKenna College hosted a forum with three high-profile journalists — all of whom are alumni of the college — to share their experiences covering last year’s attack on the U.S. Capitol.
At Pomona’s fifth annual Payton lecture, journalist Soledad O’Brien talked about the importance of using real stories and hard stats to fight bias.
On Thursday night, Palestinian writer and activist Mohammed El-Kurd read poems from his debut book “Rifqa” and answered questions from a packed Rose Hills Theater in an event hosted by Claremont Students for Justice in Palestine.
News organizations restrict the scope of political debate by portraying themselves as “objective”, writes Carter Moyer HM ’24.
Our duty as a newspaper is to write with objectivity, so we must be unequivocal in declaring that Black lives matter is not a subjective stance, nor should it be. It is undeniably, irrefutably right.
Trump’s response to COVID-19 has been a failure, and all lives lost from the virus are his responsibility.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, journalism that holds leaders to account and reports information people need is more important than ever.
Recent events at the Harvard Crimson and Northwestern Daily demonstrate the double bind student journalists often face in reporting on campus.
Objectivity is a worthy and important goal for journalists, but a focus on objectivity above all else can lead to “both sides” rhetoric that obscures truth.