Can we really make voting decisions based on headlines? A lot of us are.
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Hackers, journalists and academics descended upon Stirling for MisinfoconX last Thursday. The event posed the problem that has dominated much of the news cycle for the past few years: what to do about online disinformation?
Fraser Kelly gives his take on the rise of treating politics like sport.
Elizabeth Dryburgh discusses photographers behind some of the most revolutionary images taken.
Editor-In-Chief met up with Adam, the man behind Oldfirmfacts on Twitter, to discuss his journey from Twitter to full time work.
It is tempting to criticise journalism and accuse publications of partisanship. Claire Keraudren suggests the less attractive side of reporting.
Hayley Burrell gives us a peek into the vintage toy trend taking Instagram by storm.
John McLellan, who teaches Journalism Studies, gained more votes than any other candidate in Edinburgh’s Craigentinny and Duddingston ward.
Mexican-American student Sonia Pérez recalls her feelings following Secretary Clinton’s defeat.