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Media Honesty

The recent influx of the term “fake news” and the spreading of scientific denial in the media may have some educators and students disgruntled. Here at the University, professors are teaching students how honesty in the media can be achieved without destroying freedom of the press.

This is not a new issue: years ago, Thomas Jefferson was a main proponent of freedom of the press. He knew that freedom of the press was paramount. It does…

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Today’s relevant science, politics, philosophy, and entertainment through the narrow and flawed senses of a pessimisstic primate and recent B.S. graduate.

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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Writes about science, politics, philosophy, and the spaces that separates us as as species — and occasionally in story form.

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