Reporters who couch their advocacy in their articles without acknowledging their bias make news less reliable and more subjective. The term “advocacy journalism” should read like an oxymoron. Journalism, I am often told, should strive for objectivity; it should be the journalist’s ultimate goal to distance their own subjective opinion from their work until its […]
We’ve compiled a list of some unsettling films to set the Halloween mood this week.
Taken individually, the various antics of the State Fair seem disgusting and abject, but as a whole it makes for a warmly entertaining experience.
People need to respect victims and the victims’ loved ones, not redirect the conversation to talk about themselves.
A TU student has recently become reacquainted with an old ‘friend’ with a wealth of prophetic advice.
Social media allows people to customize what they see, decreasing the diversity of opinions people are exposed to in daily life.
Crystal Campbell’s “Take Only Pictures, Kill Only Time, Leave Only Bubbles,” a gallery exploring a wide array of themes and emotions, opened Thursday at the Alexander Hogue Gallery.
Despite originality and charm, “Brigsy Bear” doesn’t accomplish everything it sets out to do.