We’re back: Our site’s distinct commitment to downtown Phoenix


Following a summer break, Phoenix’s young reporters are back to the proving ground of downtown, hoping to make you think in ways you haven’t before. Read story

Anderson Cooper: Dialogue is key to improving race relations


Journalist Anderson Cooper said at a discussion for ASU’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy that race in America is still a pertinent issue, and creating dialogue among different people will get the nation closer to a better state. Read story

Photojournalist discusses impact of war photography at Must See Mondays event


Veteran and photojournalist Bill Putnam shared his experiences with capturing the essence of war at a Must See Mondays event hosted by ASU’s Walter Cronkite School. Read story

USA Today media columnist speaks at Must See Mondays


USA Today columnist and editor at large Rem Rieder shared his views on the Brian Williams scandal and tips for aspiring columnists during his appearance at the Cronkite School’s Must See Mondays speaker series. Read story

Cronkite faculty discuss the journalistic ethics of Charlie Hebdo shooting

Faculty from the Cronkite School discussed the journalistic ethics surrounding the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris in a panel event Wednesday. The conversation focused on balancing freedom of speech and good judgement. Read story

Devil's Advocate: Moving further into in-depth territory with new multimedia and series


We are an online platform, gosh dang it, and it’s about time we start utilizing our platform. This means more award-winning radio and photos as well as graphics, maps and GIFs. Read story

Journalists from Asia and Australia visit Cronkite School to learn US politics, elections


The Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists brought nine journalists from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Australia to the Walter Cronkite School this week to teach them about American journalism. Read story

Light Rail Confidential Case File 24: The giddy woman and a drunken plea


Another year back at school means another year of riding the light rail while avoiding eye contact and skimping on the “ticket” part of the journey. But the new-semester bliss took a turn last Wednesday night, while three friends and I were returning from a baseball game. Read story

Now with move to Cronkite School, Arizona PBS a new outlet for student-produced content


The Walter Cronkite School is still working out the details of its new and complete partnership with Eight, Arizona PBS. The school hopes the channel will be the primary platform for work produced by students, officials say. Read story

Walter Cronkite School's Public Insight Network announces first official bureau chief


The Walter Cronkite School is introducing a new Public Insight Network bureau to its collection of professional programs. Students help connect reporters to desired sources for American Public Media. (Madeline Pado/DD)

The Walter Cronkite School announced Monday the bureau Read story