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Can a journalist be trustworthy without being 'objective'?

At a time when trustworthy news is more important than ever, and when most people say they want news that is unbiased, the traditional notion of journalistic objectivity is under attack from journalists and news consumers alike.

A new report by two veteran journalists charts a path forward for newsrooms to produce fair, accurate and reliable news in the evolving culture of the modern newsroom.

Geologist major recognized as fall 2022 Dean's Medalist

Editor’s note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable fall 2022 graduates.

During his childhood, Enzo Carrascal Marquez and his family traveled the various landscapes of his home country, Peru, visiting and exploring the desert, the mountain region and the jungle. This exposure to nature, along with his interest in science since primary school, prompted him to major in geology.

Being a good ally in Indigenous research

Indigenous research isn’t just about the collection of data or the academic study of a subject. It’s also about how to show proper respect and reciprocal relations to tribal nations and communities. 

That’s the sentiment and wisdom shared by participants and attendees of the 2022 Doing Research in Indigenous Communities Conference held Dec. 16 at the Beus Center for Law and Society on Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus.

2022 in review: ASU's top stories

With the full return to campus, in-person commencements, a lively Homecoming and buildings opening near and far, time seems to be moving awfully fast these days. The close of the year is a good time to take a moment to appreciate all that the Arizona State University community has achieved and experienced in 2022.

So stay out of the chilly weather, pour a cup of something warm and enjoy many of the notable moments from the past year.

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