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How can media institutions facilitate the free flow of information and promote truth during an election cycle shrouded in misinformation?
A reporter faces a choice between protecting a source or holding a source accountable for their public actions.
Should a source’s name be redacted retroactively from a student newspaper’s digital archive?
Should a student editor decline to publish an opinion piece that is culturally insensitive?
A tweet goes viral, but its news value is questionable.
What should student editors do if an opinion piece is based on factual inaccuracies?
Do student journalists’ friendships constitute a conflict of interest?
Is granting sexual assault survivors anonymity an act of journalistic compassion, or does it risk discrediting them?
Should student journalists grant anonymity to protect undocumented students?
Is it ethical for a university to exert editorial control over a student newspaper?
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