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Topic: media

Throughout the event, titled “From the Streets to the Newsroom: Reporting on Race,” both panelists harkened back to themes of truth and race in the media.

News, University News

CNN’s Sara Sidner, New York Times’s John Eligon discuss reporting on race

June 15, 2021 2 comments

Earlier this year in January, CNN correspondent Sara Sidner broke down crying on live television after reporting about COVID-19’s impact on minority communities from California.

Hall ’20: Liberals need to think beyond horse race politics

Columns, Opinions

Hall ’20: Liberals need to think beyond horse race politics

January 24, 2020 Comments are Disabled

Watching liberal political commentators talk about the 2020 presidential election, one starts to wonder whether the world will even continue to exist should Democrats lose.

Kramer ’20: Television’s false reality of sexual violence

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: Television’s false reality of sexual violence

November 14, 2019 Comments are Disabled

In high school, I watched Law and Order: Special Victims Unit compulsively. I distinctly remember waiting for a new season to be released on Netflix with a sense of joyous anticipation.

Reid spoke Monday to advise groups and individuals for the upcoming 2020 presidential election. She emphasized the use of local news outlets, such as CBS, NBC and others to spread propaganda.

Metro, News

MSNBC’s Reid discusses media, politics, 2020

March 12, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Joy-Ann Reid, an MSNBC host and political commentator, began her Monday evening talk at the Watson Institute for International Relations and Public Affairs by stressing that “it is very hard to unseat an incumbent president.”

Columns, Opinions

Flynn ’20: Herald, employ the Oxford comma

April 16, 2018 2 comments

Anyone who has written for the Brown Daily Herald has had to put up with the stain of barbarism that persists in its style guide.

Editors' Note, Opinions

Editor’s Note: A brief inconvenience

March 9, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Due to a power outage in the early hours of Friday morning, the 128th Editorial Board was unable to print its March 9 issue.

Op-eds, Opinions

Carroll ’21: What the Super Bowl riots can teach us about race in America

February 20, 2018 1 comment

On the night of Super Bowl Sunday, football fans took to the streets of Philadelphia after the Eagles pulled off a historic upset in Super Bowl LII, bringing the team their first championship title.

Liang ’19: Where are the Asians in Hollywood?

Columns, Opinions

Liang ’19: Where are the Asians in Hollywood?

December 5, 2017 Comments are Disabled

When it was announced last week that Chinese actress Liu Yifei would play the titular role in Disney’s remake of “Mulan,” I almost cried with relief.

Okin ’19: Pick print

Columns, Opinions

Okin ’19: Pick print

September 26, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Last week, Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner announced the sale of the publication that has been both reporting and influencing pop culture since 1967.

WBRU vote to potentially authorize sale of FM license

News, University News

WBRU vote to potentially authorize sale of FM license

March 8, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The student membership of radio station WBRU will vote on whether or not to authorize the exploration of the sale of their FM license Saturday.