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Sinclair’s growth strangles the airwaves and hurts us all

Sinclair’s growth strangles the airwaves and hurts us all

April 4, 2018

One of the growing fears in journalism is the expansion of news as a business. As corporations scoop up newspapers and stations, some wonder how news media can remain a nonpartisan source dedicated to...

Net neutrality hangs in the balance

Net neutrality hangs in the balance

December 5, 2017

The internet we have all grown up with is now in danger by the people we elected to watch over it. And our generation — the millennial generation — needs to make its voice heard. We have known the ...

Tenured professors are vital to student education at CSULB

Jacob Yungman, Contributing Writer

March 3, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinions

  From meeting fellow peers who are passionate about their studies and social lives to gaining lifelong skills in extracurricular activities like the Model United Nations, students’ experiences throughout their years in college often shape them into new people. However, the most influential part of any student’s university career is the professors. When I took contemporary politics during my freshman year...

Brian Williams and the end of a once trusted newsman

Brian Williams and the end of a once trusted newsman

Debby Vasquez, contributing writer

March 3, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Former NBC “Nightly News” anchorman Brian Williams used to be one of the most trusted newsmen of the digital age. The public knew Williams by name with his pleasant face and his retro newsman style. Now,...