Michelle Wolf’s jokes were bold and unapologetic at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Other comedians should take note. By Alex Segell
Journalism can’t be replaced without losses to both the accountability of our government and the quality of our society. By Henry Bowditch
Former CUI head editor and Colorado Community Media reporter Ellis Arnold on bias in the media and why critics should start with students.
The recent layoff spree at The Denver Post has served as a harsh reminder of what may lay ahead for future journalists. By Justin Guerriero
Push alerts and tweets rarely convey the whole story. There is a solution to the epidemic of fake news and it’s newspapers. By Libby O’Neall
CUI graduate Adrian D. Garcia shares why it’s important to recruit new ‘converts’ to the journalism field and to treat them with kindness.
Fans often get a bad rep for their devotion. Celebrity worship can help us cope and connect with others. By Lauren Ogg
Former CU Independent editor in chief and current Greeley Tribune reporter Tommy Wood shares what makes the CUI special.
Former CUI editor in chief Xandra McMahon and current CPR fellow shares how the CUI inspired her passion for radio journalism.
On Save Student Newsrooms day, the CUI outlines why student journalism is vital for the whole university community.