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Fake News Problem Includes Quack Journalism

Fake News Problem Includes Quack Journalism

WSN Editorial Board
December 1, 2016
Filed under OPINION

Publications like The Odyssey damage journalism by providing a megaphone to anyone with an opinion.

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The Future of News Is 360

The Future of News Is 360

Lily Dolin, Staff Writer
November 14, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

As the New York Times' initiative The Daily 360 gains traction in its quest to create one 360-degree video each day, the growing implications of its effect on journalism have become more and more visible.

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Inaccurate Medical Journalism Produces False Positives

Inaccurate Medical Journalism Produces False Positives

Aparna Alankar, Contributing Writer
October 12, 2016
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

People with limited health literacy skills are often misinformed about the body and of disease, leading to a misunderstanding of the relationship between lifestyle factors like diet and exercise and various health outcomes.

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For Clinton, Attempts at Transparency Don’t Fly

For Clinton, Attempts at Transparency Don’t Fly

WSN Editorial Board
September 9, 2016
Filed under OPINION

While Clinton's recent actions have been a welcome change from her usual guarded attitude towards the press, it is problematic that it has taken a year for her campaign to take this basic step.

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Journalism Students Say They Were Racially Profiled at Rubio Event

Journalism Students Say They Were Racially Profiled at Rubio Event

Anne Cruz, News Editor
February 8, 2016
Filed under NEWS

Two black NYU journalism students said that they were racially profiled during a Marco Rubio event in New Hampshire on Sunday.

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Buzzfeed Journalist Shares Experience Covering FBI’s Racial Profiling

Buzzfeed Journalist Shares Experience Covering FBI’s Racial Profiling

Raven Quesenberry, Contributing Writer
February 5, 2016
Filed under NEWS, University News

An editorial assistant at BuzzFeed came to speak at NYU Politics Society about his investigation on FBI surveillance of Muslim immigrants.

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Reporting of San Bernardino shooters’ home is disgraceful journalism

Reporting of San Bernardino shooters’ home is disgraceful journalism

Abraham Gross, Staff Writer
December 9, 2015
Filed under OPINION

Coverage of the San Burnadino shooters’ home is evasive, disgraceful and predatory.

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Doc makes cartoons ‘Very Semi-Serious’

Doc makes cartoons ‘Very Semi-Serious’

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer
December 7, 2015
Filed under ARTS, Film

"Very Semi-Serious" takes audiences through the process of how a cartoon goes from pen to The New Yorker.

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Mizzou protesters must not block media

Mizzou protesters must not block media

WSN Editorial Board
November 11, 2015
Filed under OPINION

The way that protesters at the University of Missouri have used safe spaces as a cudgel against journalists is counterproductive to their movement. They are antagonizing the single best medium for their message to get across.

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Neo-photojournalism: storytelling through the lens of a smartphone

Neo-photojournalism: storytelling through the lens of a smartphone

Abigail Weinberg, Contributing Writer
October 8, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

The International Center of Photography hosted "The Representation of War—From Capa to Instagram," a panel that explored how the digital age is affecting journalism.

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Journalism students to cover papal visit with social media app

Journalism students to cover papal visit with social media app

Diamond Naga Siu, Contributing Writer
September 22, 2015
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

NYU's journalism school is teaming up with social multimedia app Evrybit to broadcast the Pope's visit to New York City.

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