Column

From the desk of the editor: Publications strive their best to fight ‘fake news’ — news consumers should too

Those who do not take time to fact check stories they're sharing are just as complicit in the epidemic of 'fake news'

Film

Rewatching “Beauty and the Beast” reveals unnoticed aggression, abuse

PAVE hosts a film screening dissecting violence in popular media for Domestic/Dating Violence Awareness month

Letter to the Editor

Empowerment is essential for a new generation of confident young women

Distortions of ideal 'beauty' in today's culture means young women are often left with serious confidence issues

Column

Why, and how, to get informed about what’s going on in government

Americans need to take the time to become more educated about their own government

Column

It’s time for the media to stop framing victims as ‘deserving’ of the crime

The way media frames stories plays a large role in how the public views both the victim and the perpetrator

Column

I can’t tell if Sean Spicer is an idiot or not

It might be an accident, but the White House Press Secretary's distractions for the media seem to be working

Column

News is a consumer good, too — be healthy, responsible

With more and more fake news finding its way into the mainstream, paying attention to what we read is a must

Herald

Through notion of ‘fake news,’ Trump is sending American people into an existential crisis

Falling on a certain side of the political spectrum seems to determine what news is fact and what news is fiction