Rage Donations Give Non-profits a Big Boost
Posted on 06-16-2017 by Korinne Bressler

2016 ended on a high note with $23 billion in charitable donations—a one percent increase over 2015’s record-breaking year. The slow, but steady, upward momentum is a positive sign for the nonprofit industry, but there is another emerging trend that could be a boom or bust depending on the... Read More

News Research Reveals Donald Trump's Progress in First 100 Days
Posted on 05-09-2017 by Korinne Bressler

April 29, 2017 marked the 100 th day of Donald Trump’s Presidency. Since taking office, Trump has signed 24 executive orders, 22 presidential memoranda, 20 presidential proclamations, and 28 bills. But how much of his work has made a difference? Has he stayed true to his 100-day plan which he laid... Read More

10 Tips For Fighting Fake News: How to Fact Check Like a Pro Webinar Recap
Posted on 04-17-2017 by Anna Stevens

Living in a “Post-Truth” World The era of “post-truth” is on the rise. An adjective meaning “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief”, post-truth was... Read More

Has the Presidential Campaign Turned Into a Research Assignment?
Posted on 10-14-2016 by Megan Burnside

This post was guest written by Courtney Resnicky, a senior at Wright State University. The battle between who is telling the truth, who is twisting the truth, and who is flat out lying during this Presidential election seems to have become more heated than ever. In both presidential debates we’ve... Read More

The Missing Millennial and Confused Media
Posted on 09-15-2016 by Megan Burnside

This post was guest written by Courtney Resnicky, a senior at Wright State University. Millennials—those born between 1981 and 1998—have now surpassed Baby Boomers by half a million , according to PEW research. While this may not seem like a huge number, the historic election taking place... Read More