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On Sept. 18, we removed Alexia Isais from her position as a State Press opinion columnist. Since then, we’ve had hours of conversations throughout our newsroom to decide how we want to move forward and improve as an organization and begin repairing relationships with communities that were damaged by this.
I am a proud first generation Egyptian-American Muslim woman. I am also a proud journalist. I will not let anyone invalidate my lived experience, my pain and everything I have fought for and will continue to fight for.
For 12 years, Active Minds' Send Silence Packing exhibit has toured hundreds of college campuses across the nation in an effort to facilitate conversation about youth suicide and the stigma surrounding mental health, and on Tuesday — the tour made its second-ever stop at ASU.
As the cost of college is increasing, whether or not these price hikes are justified is a point of contention.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, I’m white.
Following the Cronkite School's announcement that it would house Indian Country Today's second newsroom on its fifth floor, podcaster Farah Eltohamy further discusses the issue of diversity in newsrooms and the other initiatives Cronkite is pursuing about it. In this episode, she interviews Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant and Cronkite Assistant Dean Rebecca Blatt.
Podcaster Farah Eltohamy talks with two experts to discuss the issue of menstrual equity on the basis of university and public policies. They highlight a variety of other issues surrounding menstruation, such as period poverty and the overall stigma.
A discussion with faculty head of classics and middle eastern studies Souad Ali about the significance of Rami Malek’s Academy Award for the Arab-American community and the deeper implications behind it with podcaster Farah Eltohamy.
Podcaster Farah Eltohamy sits down with State Press politics editor Vandana Ravikumar to discuss the Barrett administration's proposal to the Arizona Board of Regents to raise the honors college fee. The two go over why students are concerned about the increase and the lack of communication from Barrett.
Podcaster Farah Eltohamy interviews Megan Kniskern, a lecturer at ASU's College of Health Solutions, to discuss orthorexia, also referred to as the "healthy eating disorder." The two also discuss how to better one's relationship with food, their body and overall health without sacrificing anything in return.
Podcaster Farah Eltohamy sits down with Kristy Roschke, managing director of the News Co/Lab at ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Since its launch, the News Co/Lab has been conducting research and experiments to better understand how the public engages with news and information. Dr. Roschke gives her insight on how one can become "media literate" in this current age of misinformation.
Podcaster Farah Eltohamy sits down with Brenley Markowitz, an ASU senior majoring in global studies and executive director of RISE Tutoring. Markowitz explains the history, gives an overall rundown of RISE and shares some personal experiences from her time in the organization.