Ted Koppel MA ’62, the multi award-winning news anchor of ABC’s “Nightline” and one of America’s longest-serving journalists, shared in an interview with The Daily his disappointment with the rise of opinion-based reporting, support for reinstating compulsory national service and passionate defense of civil discourse.
A group of Stanford and Brown students have collaborated on a new platform, Cross-Link, which aims to make scientific research more accessible to journalists and the general public.
Lecturer Sylke Tempel, who taught overseas in Berlin as part of the Bing Overseas Studies Program for over 20 years, passed away at the age of 54 on Oct. 5 after a tree fell on her during Storm Xavier. A memorial in her honor was held by her family in Germany on Oct. 20 to celebrate her life as a professor and key figure in German foreign relations.
Analyzing data from over 130,000,000 traffic stops in 31 states, a multidisciplinary team of Stanford researchers and reporters released a report on June 20 statistically confirming discrimination in police interactions with minority drivers.
In this feature, The Daily interviewed four student publications — the Stanford Political Journal, The Dualist, Probe Magazine and Fascinate — to get a small glimpse of how they balance student life with running a journal and reaching an audience.
When news of President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Agreement broke on June 1, 2017, I was scrolling through Facebook, like so many of us usually are. As articles and videos began to crop up from sources such as CNN and The New York Times, the comments sections of…
If we share some of the same basic goals, why are we moralizing past each other? It’s not totally our fault, but it sort of is. Here, I’m all too happy to embrace lesson one of Trumpism: blame the media.
Mark Twain once wrote that an obituary consists of two parts: the facts of a person’s life and “the light which the obituarist shall throw upon them, the meanings which he shall dress them in, the conclusions which he shall draw from them, and the judgments which he shall deliver upon them.” Twain called this…