Richard Wagamese 1959-2017

Written by Tyler Hehn Illustration by Ashly July One Native Life, Ragged Company, Iron Horse. These are the titles of publications that helped carve the legacy of Richard Wagamese into stone. He was an accomplished, award-winning journalist and author, whose calm and pleasant demeanor never detracted from his powerful messages. His stories were specific, descriptive, raw, […]

Predators of the Press

Fighting for press freedom. By Helena Shlapak  In Peru, most of the media outlets are owned by El Comercia (the oldest newspaper in Peru and one of the oldest Spanish-language papers in the world), the news is heavily biased towards the government. “The problem is that, because they are a bigger company, somehow they looked […]

Reporting on Terrorism: How the Media Classifies Acts of Terror to Those of ‘Lone Wolves’

By Aron Anthonymuttu The media has always played a vital role in society. Journalists are the messengers between the world and the citizens. However, words, images, sounds and video’s used to provide context to the news hold influential weight. After the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Washington, DC and, Pennsylvania international organized terrorist groups struck […]