Stories about journalism

Haiyan Jia and a team of Lehigh researchers works to create a dataset search engine prototype that allows users to find data online regardless of domain.

The Washington Post’s executive editor returns to Lehigh to discuss his start in journalism and current challenges to the industry.

Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein discussed the virtue—and necessity—of strong journalism in the 40th Annual Tresolini Lecture at Lehigh.

The executive editor at The Washington Post will participate in a conversation with editors from The Brown and White on Sept. 26 in Baker Hall.

At the World Journalism Education Conference in Paris, Lehigh faculty will present on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) into an unlikely venue: the introductory, first-year mass communications class.

Klaudia Jazwinska ’18 is the first Lehigh student to win the award in 40 years.

As participants in the Parse.ly University Partnerships Program, the staff of The Brown and White access critical publication data in exchange for research.

Study examines legal right to record, live stream in public places. 

Students conduct an independent study of sensor journalism.

The staff of The Brown and White breaks news and embraces the challenges and camaraderie of journalism.