Surprise. Criticism of Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch can be traced back to…academia.
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
A library featuring the personal
papers of anti-communist hero Whittaker Chambers will be opened on the site of
The groundwork for the dissolution of American sovereignty may have been laid at a conference earlier this year at American University.
Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune notes the strange decision by NBC to put its NBC News logo and the NBC peacock, “in all its multicolored glory,” on the videos and photos that it released of Virginia Tech mass murderer Cho Seung Hui.
Do college students need rehab as well as remediation?
Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was recently paid $20,000 by Virginia Tech to tell the students that there aren’t two sides to the global warming debate and that the problem with the media today is that we don’t have a fairness doctrine.
What made the Bush Administration think that they would find an employee of the month in the Ivy Leagues?
Security risk at New York Times finds audience at Brown.
Find out why Alberto Fernandez might be the only Bush Administration official welcome on any college campus.
The “classic text on the mass media” claims that Accuracy in Media was founded in the 1980, when the organization was already more than a decade old.