Tori Walz, Eastern Michigan University
The on-the-rise independent news source aims to help their readers lead happier, less divided and more informed lives.
Jenna Amore, Oakland University
The band’s latest song pushes politics and critical thinking to the forefront in the midst of political turmoil.
Starr Shapiro, Columbia University
This Instagram account has everything you need to know about current politics and social justice issues.
Tamara Kamis, Cornell University
Social media has been a useful source for news and critical information. However, it is essential that you fact check information and ensure it is reputable.
Chase Cutarelli, Columbia University
Many people are now relying on social media as their news sources, where misinformation spreads as fast as wildfire.
Becca Blyn, Harvey Mudd College
Creator Brian Baldocchi talks ‘Fake News at Night,’ a new kind of satire airing on Facebook.
Cameron Andersen, New York University
Please don’t believe anything Trump says.
Josue Romero, Southwest School of Art
By adding a Midterm Elections banner to their news app, the company hopes to succeed where Facebook failed.
Alex Johnson, New York University
The conservative media outlet, somewhat hypocritically, forced anchors nationwide to read a script designed to stoke fears of media bias.
Nola Hynes Brody, University of Houston-Victoria
UC Berkeley student Ash Bhat is taking on the world of fake news and social media bots with his creation of BotCheck.me and Robhat Labs.
Xavier Austin Reyna, University of Texas at San Antonio
An aspiring journalist and writer, Stepha Poulin is doing her best to inform the world, one honest news report at a time.
Elise Bortz, New York University
From the viewpoints of those who fight it, fake news is formidable, but not invincible.
Leslie Currie, University of Virginia
With tensions running high between the mass media and political actors, one question remains highly contested: Should media outlets give equal time to all sides of a story?
Kelly Lambkin, SUNY Cortland
Struggling to find the perfect political commentary? Piker has your daily dose of news and politics while serving up looks you can’t resist.
Tori Rubloff, University of Florida
A recent NYU study of Donald’s Trump’s tweets has revealed the key trait in almost all viral content.
Kara Mercer, Northern Illinois University
Government has a system of checks and balances, so should the media.
Timothy K. DesJarlais, University of Arizona
You should be using Facebook and Twitter to spread information, not verdicts.
Jasmin Suknanan, Stony Brook University
If you only read the title of this article, please don’t share it.
His promise to tell things the way they are has backfired so badly that even his supporters urge critics not to interpret him literally.
In order to remain in the nation’s good graces, the media must take steps to put the American people first.
Cassidy Leslie, University of Nevada Reno
More than ever, discerning fact from fiction has become the responsibility of the reader.
Yoni Yardeni, Pierce College
The move from Farmville to ‘The Denver Guardian’ was put in place through the calculated actions of, well, you.
Lindsey Davis, Iowa State University
Goel, a freshman at Purdue University, was part of the four-person team of undergraduates that developed FiB, an algorithm that distinguishes between real and fake news.
Zephanie Battle, Texas State University
Social media is littered with piles of fake news, and it’s up to today’s upcoming journalists to guide the media back to the truth.
Terry Nguyen, University of Southern California
I love you all, but please, please start fact-checking all of the bogus political articles you share on Facebook.
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