Sarah Lynch, Marist College
In a time when even the cold facts are questioned, journalists may find strength in embracing subjectivity — and breaking journalistic conventions.
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‘Secret Hitler,’ the Kickstarter Cinderella-story, combines social deduction and harrowing political innuendo.
For busy-bodies on the go, the growing popularity of short story dispensers points to a new era of literature.
Through his startup Verb Energy, Inc., Yale senior Matt Czarnecki cleverly combines food and caffeine.
As state chair of the country’s largest Republican student federation, Ariana Rowlands is bringing aggressive, unapologetic conservatism to southern California.
Because who really has time to find the perfect outfit by themselves?
Phantom vibrations and mysterious phone rings haunt a generation of technology consumers.
Deadline broke a heated story accusing Nickelodeon money-maker Dan Schneider of abusing young stars in his own shows after a sudden exit.
Social media culture blurs ethical lines between what is self-sacrificing and what is self-serving.
The Muslim-American activist who created the Hijab Project has returned to the national spotlight with a new mission: fighting an Obama-era program called CVE.
The Wing and spaces across the country and the globe have emerged to provide a modern-day women’s club for working ladies.
Marist College revoked its most famous alum’s honorary degree, and others should follow suit.
Misconstrued as institutions relegated to low-achieving students, vocational high schools can actually revitalize the American workforce.
The George Washington University student’s activism has inspired many to participate in the political cause in order to work toward a better future.
The oft-ridiculed ‘lifestyle brand’ movement has a lot of overlooked merits.
In the wake of a highly publicized scandal, disrepute and depravity mar USA Gymnastics’ honor.
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