Breaking Journalistic Silences

October 3, 2017 Dana Gallagher 0

We like to think of journalists as neutral arbiters of pressing world issues. Exposure to a wide array of news stories—from environmental concerns to developments in fields of technology and politics—should provide readers with the context to form independent opinions on events at home and abroad. But in the age of Trump, journalistic objectivity seems more an ideal than a reality.

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Letter to the Editor

April 18, 2017 admin 0

To the Editor:   I write in response to the article entitled “‘Camel Chat’ Censored” in the April 3, 2017 edition of The College Voice. […]

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Too Trumpy?

February 20, 2017 Maia Hibbett 0

You’ll see a lot of Trump in this issue. You’ll see a lot of us Voice people grappling with how to find the truth, how […]

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An Open Letter to Sean Spicer

February 20, 2017 eic 30

Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to the Voice by Connecticut College alumni and has been signed by over 1,200 alumni and students alike. […]