Winter 2015 Breaking News

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Features

The Way It Is

Disruption and the current future of journalism
By Pat Joseph
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Giving Credence

Why so much science reporting is wrong and what we can do about it.
By Chelsea Leu
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Mac to the Future

Confessions of a tech reporter
By Carl T. Hall
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Lucky Duck

Confessions of a hook-and-bullet reporter
By Glen Martin
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Clothes Made the Man

Confessions of a former fashion writer
By Jon Carroll
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How I Killed Journalism

Confessions of an online journalist
By Andrew Leonard
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In Cold Pizza

Confessions of a crime reporter
By Stacy Finz
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Hope Less

Confessions of a sex columnist
By Krissy Eliot
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Lab + Field

 
Say What?

Scientists build a better sarcasm detector.
By Krissy Eliot
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The Academics of Arrangement

A Berkeley professor strives to understand how and why we organize things.
By Lexi Pandell
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True Colors

Quantum dots claim to offer better-than-ever digital color resolution. But will it matter?
By Krissy Eliot
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Straw into Gold

The solution to climate change may lie at its source: carbon dioxide.
By Maris Harmon
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Arts + Letters

 
Storytelling with Swagger

Radio host Glynn Washington on the making of Snap Judgment
Interviewed by Daniel Alarcón
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Sather Gate

 
Committing Journalism

Hyperlocal news is more than a catchphrase to the founders of Berkeleyside.
By Katherine Seligman
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5 Questions

For New-Media Entrepreneur David Cohn

Steve Wozniak

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Out of the Gate

Trivia Pursuit

By Martin Snapp
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Perspectives

 
Share Your Own Insight

Have a perspective on the state of journalism that we somehow failed to include? Share it with us now.
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