A panel of journalists and legal and communications experts discussed this summer’s nationwide protests against police brutality, and what sustained them as a movement, during a virtual event on Oct. 8.
Public health experts and social media platforms aren’t doing enough to limit the spread of dangerous conspiracy theories propagated by the anti-vaccine movement.
Racist and bias-related incidents on college campuses across the country have left new challenges for student journalists.
In light of leading Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren’s proposals to raise taxes on the wealthy, the media has given billionaires an outsized voice in the discussion, leaving out average Americans who would stand to benefit from the policies.
After her recent passing, the journalism community came together to remember and honor Cokie Roberts, the trailblazing journalist who paved the way for generations of young reporters and became a renowned figure in political reporting and analysis.
Even though Professor Dave Karpf teaches a lecture titled “So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed on Twitter” in his Strategic Communication class at George Washington University, he never imagined a throwaway joke about a New York Times columnist would catapult him into the middle of a
While fellow Republican lawmakers stripping Rep. King of his committee assignments, NBC News fumbles response to his racist comments.
Ben Shapiro’s talk at The George Washington University revealed his feelings on Tucker Carlson’s recent monologue and the resulting split in the conservative commentariat.
An all-star cast gathered in George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium on Monday evening to talk about the Trump presidency with (almost) one year in the history books. What has happened within the first year? What were some of the big moments? What’s in store
Media types came together and discussed the issues. Did any solutions come out of it?