“Two-thirds of Americans think fake news causes confusion. The other one-third said, 'Why are we talking about this when we’re being invaded by killer dolphins?'” -Conan O'Brien, 2016 When you hear fake news what do you think about? Is it lies in the media? Is it the confusion of random information being thrown around the … Continue reading Journalism in the Era of Disinformation Inaugural Fellowship Experience
Baltimore's 21215 Zip code stands out in the city, but not for a good reason. It had the distinction of being the most raided area by the police department's SWAT unit in the 2013-14 fiscal year. And the residents of that area live daily with a few reminders of why — drug dealing, unsafe streets and murders. We visited the neighborhood to … Continue reading What’s life like in one of Baltimore’s most raided communities?
For the first time ever, nine historically Black colleges and universities have “come together for a united celebration of their 150-years as institutions of higher learning in the United States of America.”
New York. The Big Apple. One of the most whimsical places to live in the United States...according to movies and people that don't actually live here. I don't want to start off by bashing the very state I've wanted to live in since high school so here are a few things that I truly admire … Continue reading Blog: 50 Days in New York
In this video, you will learn what it means to be a super senior while I take you into the life of a student that was at Morgan for six years. He started his freshman year in 2005 and graduated in 2011. Marcus Hicks did not mean to be in school for that long...many students … Continue reading Super Senior
It's just my connection to God, time to reflect on what life means to me This is a short story on my friend and roommate Saudah Ahmad. She is of the Islamic faith and I wanted to capture her in the element of prayer. Although it is very sacred, she let me in and I … Continue reading Salah: A Prayer