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Reporters should be biased in today’s world, lecturer says

Jeremy Scahill emphasized importance of holding government accountable, role of young people in shaping new political precedent


Journalism education emphasizes transparency, ethics, accuracy, not deceit, bias

Suggesting that factual inaccuracies, bias rule journalism industry is preposterous

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Charlie Sykes meets with students, faculty to discuss journalism, conservatism

Former radio talkshow host discussed role of media in politics


Thank you for everything, Badger Herald

Work from student journalists, editors, creative writers, business people are more important than you may realize


StoriesEtc: ‘Deflated’ captures tolls of silent sadness, untreated trauma

ArtsEtc. editor Kristin Washagan offers personal take on loneliness

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UW professors determine Trump’s ‘rating bonanza’ led to success in polls

News ratings, targeted political advertising played a major role in determining the winner

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Wisconsin political reporters hand down advice in turbulent times for journalism

Journalists covering state beat discussed importance of reporting on government, politics


‘It’s my opinion’ is no acceptable excuse for intolerance

Newspapers must take care to only publish columns worthy of a platform, which inspire productive dialogue


From the desk of the editor: Finding your place at UW

Navigating freshman year is hard, let The Badger Herald be your guide


Why everyone should write for The Badger Herald

Affect change, build resume, write for Herald