School of Journalism and Communication

Fake news illustration
February 24

Library guide offers tools and tips to combat fake news

These days, it seems everyone is aware of the “fake news” phenomenon.
Héctor Tobar
February 16

Journalism prof writes about Trump and facts in NYT op-ed

Héctor Tobar says the president only gives up a falsehood when he feels he won
An Iraqi child being interviewed on video
February 15

Grad student's video explores the life of a refugee family

Journalism student Zach Putnam interviewed a family now living in Beaverton
Person holding up a German newspaper
February 10

UO-led analysis finds trepidation about Trump in Europe

SOJC doctoral student taps his Austria roots for a collaborative project
A computer icon for broadcasting
February 9

SOJC profs write about live-streaming in The Conversation

Nicole Dahmen and Seth Lewis discuss the ethics of Facebook Live, Periscope
Ta-Nehisi Coates speaking at Matthew Knight Arena
February 7

Ta-Nehisi Coates gets real about racism at sold-out Knight Arena

The acclaimed author urges the audience to come to terms with race and equality
Lori Shontz
February 3

Lori Shontz authors MediaShift article on SOJC’s ‘track class’

The journalism instructor describes the real-world experiences the class gets
A quadcopter drone
February 3

SOJC gets attention as drone journalism workshop host

The school is one of four nationally to stage the Poynter Institute events
Scene from Coca-Cola's 1980 Super Bowl ad with Mean Joe Greene and a little boy
February 3

Quack Chats speakers to tackle Super Bowl ads

UO experts from marketing and advertising will explore which high-paid ads scored touchdowns in the NFL's championship game
Ta-Nehisi Coates
January 23

Additional tickets released for lecture by author Ta-Nehisi Coates

The initial 8,500 tickets for the free event were all claimed

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