The Media

Are the media failing to hold our national and state leaders to account? | Chroniclers

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Social Media Star of the Week: Diet Paratha

“To be honest, @diet_paratha was an account I just relied on vintage Bollywood posters on. I’m from New Zealand and in 2017 when I created this handle I felt the strange disconnect between my cultures. As an Indian I’m Gujarati and as a New Zealander I didn’t quite fit either …

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Letter: On the lack of media integrity | Letters to the Editor

To the editor: Thomas Aquinas said: “Truth is the identity of thought and thing. When what we think or say is true, it is reflected, it corresponds, it corresponds to things as they really are. However, embracing postmodern relativism, American culture has literally overturned this simple definition. The idea that …

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Off the Gridiron: The Social Media Quarterback

(WEHT) – Recruiting in high school football has evolved from the pitch to the phone. In response to the pandemic, college coaches have dramatically reduced in-person screening of high school rookies. With coaches across the country limiting their in-person contact at high school athletic events, recruiting has gone virtual. “I …

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