Welcome back Class of '22! Can we counter disinformation without compromising America’s core principles? Yes, scholars on a recent panel say — but it won’t be easy. BERKELEY ISOur Work Student Work Areas of Study Investigative Reporting Multimedia Noah Baustin ('22) reports Oakland's illegal trash-dumping crisis is worse than ever, and why, in the San Francisco Chronicle. Ari Sen ('22) reports on Texas schools surveilling students online, often without their knowledge or consent, in the Dallas Morning News. BERKELEY ISOur People Students Faculty & Lecturers Staff Alumni Network Advisory Board Featured StudentFrancisco Martínezcuello ('22) Francisco Martínezcuello writes across genres to bridge the divide between veterans and civilians by reflecting upon the veteran experience. Featured InstructorPeter Aldhous Multimedia expert Peter Aldhous, a science reporter with BuzzFeed News, teaches J221 Introduction to Data Visualization. Featured AlumAnnette Choi ('20) Annette Choi is a Data & Graphics Reporter at Politico based in Los Angeles. BERKELEY ISOur Values Dean's Communications Richmond Pulse Fellows Johnathan Rodgers Fellows Bloomberg-UNC-Berkeley Business Journalism Diversity Program Changing the Face of Journalism Berkeley Journalism intends to be a leader in diversifying the race and gender and class of journalists to ensure that all stories get told. Berkeley Journalism's Anti-Racism Efforts How we built on the momentum of a national uprising to make meaningful changes in addressing systemic forms of racism.