Lack of media coverage for Mother’s Day shooting in New Orleans reveals our failure to connect across socioeconomic boundaries.
Our desire to delve deeply into the conditions of tragedy doesn’t come from such a bad place.
The media’s treatment of political campaigns as a spectator sport discourages voter participation.
The media focuses too much on polls and personal lives in assessing each Republican candidate’s merit.
Comparing coverage of protests reveals American media’s hypocrisy.
Media portrayal of Asian students reinforces negative, unjustified stereotypes.
The U of C site UChicagoHookups has expanded nationally, under the new name EduHookups.
In a vote on NBC.com, the University of Chicago lost the title of “Best University” to Northwestern, 49-51.
While most students may not have heard of the Chicago Media Initiatives Group (CMIG), they may have seen its work: a variety of video content for various campus organizations, including the broadcast of a Nobel Prize acceptance speech.
University of Chicago ranks third most covered in global media, after Harvard and Columbia, according to research group Global Lanuage Monitor (GLM).