In an era of national news, can we save the small town paper?
In the first installment of a four-part series on how Americans have begun to battle the opioid epidemic, Arka Gupta interviews Pulitzer-winning Eric Eyre on his work in W. Virginia.
"We were able to be a headache for the regime, and we succeeded in expanding the margin of freedoms, especially press freedoms."
“Our job as journalists is to hold the powerful accountable and give voice to the voiceless."
From navigating closed-door disciplinary hearings and strict confidentiality policies to interviewing traumatized survivors and avoiding single-sided narratives, journalists face many pitfalls in reporting on campus sexual assaults.