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Rush: Journalism Has a Glaring Lack of Philosophical Inquiry

Rush: Journalism Has a Glaring Lack of Philosophical Inquiry

By Nicholas Rush

July 4, 2019

  Ever wondered why the corporate press is so apathetic in their not-so-hot pursuit for the truth? Professor Emeritus of Language Reading and Culture at the University of Arizona, Kenneth Goodman, has. In 1989, Goodman penned an article titled “Issues in the Profession, Journalism and Philoso...

Gaming Corner: ‘Metro Exodus’

Gaming Corner: ‘Metro Exodus’

By Yixin Song and Ray Gill

March 7, 2019

  Synopsis: “There is no justice among men,” said Nicholas II returning from the front line to his palace near Petrograd, after abdicating as the emperor of Russia. The “Metro” series, both as books and video games, indeed capture the very essence of their postmodern Slavic roots origina...

Sundance: ‘Give Me Liberty’ is a Whirlwind Film Exploring Marginalized Communities

Sundance: ‘Give Me Liberty’ is a Whirlwind Film Exploring Marginalized Communities

By Alaikia Marielle

January 29, 2019

  “Give Me Liberty” is a thoughtful and ambitious film about the real and often messy lives that real people live. Based on the experiences of Russia-born director Kirill Mikhanovsky, “Give Me Liberty” is a creative exploration of immigrants making it in America and of how marginali...

Bob Woodward Talks Watergate, Restraint, “Final Exam for Democracy” at the U

Bob Woodward Talks Watergate, Restraint, “Final Exam for Democracy” at the U

By Elise Vandersteen Bailey

November 24, 2017

The Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted a discussion between local radio figure Doug Fabrizio and journalist icon Bob Woodward on Nov. 16. Named 2017's Hinckley Fellow at the event, Woodward discussed his career and involvement in the Watergate scandal, and what he thinks of politics and the press today....

Barron: Huntsman is No Man’s Puppet

Barron: Huntsman is No Man’s Puppet

By Morgan Barron

September 24, 2017

Sitting at a table facing a room of inquisitors, Jon Huntsman Jr. looks the role of a diplomat, not quite relaxed, but obviously resolved. His answers to the members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee are succinct and definite, each word throwing the gray areas which have defined the current ...

Russian intervention in Crimea best move

Russian intervention in Crimea best move

April 7, 2014

Much of the western world is up in arms over the recent occupation of Russian forces in Crimea preceding its subsequent annexation. In response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s violation of international law, President Barack Obama placed sanctions on Russian and Crimean officials. However unlaw...

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