Hector Amaya wrote an article in Public Books on the erosion of liberalism and the rise of nativism in the United States.
MediaShift interviewed Amara Aguilar about a Women's Hackathon event at West Virginia University.
NPR's All Things Considered interviewed Laura Castañeda about the first Afro-Latina anchor of Noticiero Univision.
VOA’s Student Union quoted Dean Willow Bay on the changing landscape of mobile device use.
NPR referenced Alison Trope's Critical Media Project in an article about how to teach students about the white-supremacist rallies and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
KPCC-FM's Take Two interviewed Laura Davis about whether Facebook should be responsible for the content published on its site.
Medium featured a report on a lecture Lisa Pecot-Hébert co-presented at South By Southwest.
Hernán Galperin wrote an article for The Conversation on the lack of competition in the United States' broadband system.
KPCC-FM's Take Two interviewed Laura Davis about the flood of disinformation on social media during the 2016 election.
WHYY-FM's Radio Times spoke with Robin Stevens about helping teens in Philadelphia build self-esteem.
CBC News cited Alison Trope's course that explores how gender, sexuality and race are portrayed through selfies on social media.
Miki Turner wrote a profile of Tennessee State track & field coaching legend Ed Temple for the Undefeated.