Samantha Rabino and Eric Johnsen talk about the recent trip to Salem, Alabama ASB volunteer students took and the impact the trip had on the attendees. Advertisements

UNT’s Emerald Eagle Scholars Program selects low-income students to attend the school with little to know cost. Since 2007, UNT has given about 450-500 intelligent students with financial need the chance to go to college. “The program is a scholars program so what we do is when we invite students to the program, we know […]

Learn about UNT’s Emerald Eagle Scholars Program, which grants many students a full ride and resources to help them succeed and earn an degree on time despite financial troubles. Narrated by Joshlyn Thomas.

Out of a diverse lineup of writers from all across the country attending the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference, the person making a speech on the topic of racism and gender discrimination is a biographer who happens to be a white man.

As part of the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference which took place from June 17 to 19, 2015, managing editor Kevin Merida and reporters Eli Saslow and DeNeen L. Brown for the Washington Post addressed how to write about poverty and income disparity in a discussion panel on the subject of The Great Divide.

Social unrest. Structural racism. Multiculturalism. A sexist media. Journalists Jeff Chang and Chris Vognar talked about these topics during a panel at this year’s Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.

In an in-depth interview, the staff of the Washington Post discuss the necessity of trust when sharing these “Great Divide” stories. In addition, they explore how the effects of technology and social media compare to those of longform journalism. Narrated by Itohan Osagie.

Journalists Jeff Chang and Chris Vognar explain the sensitive topic of race in America and what we need to be doing to achieve racial equality. Narrated by Julian Esparza.