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Journalism alumni say new media can be powerful, but dangerous

Sept. 13, 2018

Journalism alumni Heidi Wagner (Jour'86) and Carl Cannon (Jour'75) discuss how America's changing media landscape can fuel partisanship.

Trending: Spring 2018

Now trending: Reporters are awarded for uncovering a racial bias in pedestrian citations, students participate in a cutting-edge course on an advertising trend that's revolutionizing the industry, and a librarian and graduate student team up to improve Wikipedia articles about female artists.

Cheryl with Lauren

Covering the games

From being lifted up by U.S. bobsledder Lauren Gibbs to visiting the Demilitarized Zone to developing a taste for dumplings, reporters Cheryl Preheim (Comm’95) and Alex Stone (Jour'03) recall their most memorable experiences covering the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

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Journey to the top of the earth

CU and Norwegian participants in the Arctic Lenses climate journalism project navigate a glacier in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard.

Christopher Bell

Pop activist

Media studies scholar and dad Christopher Bell (PhDMediaSt’09) joins forces with Pixar to improve children's media.

Justin George

The front lines of crime

When Baltimore was in the national spotlight in spring 2015, so was alumnus Justin George (Jour'99).

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Kate Fagan's three pointers

The communication alumna on life, writing and social media.

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