Donald Trump’s real threat to the press

Frustrated and on edge at Trump Tower

Guardian U.S. lost $15.85 million on revenue of $15.5 million last year

Here are all the people suing Gawker

Gawker’s alternate reality

The fall of

Meet the new Gawker

Jury awards Hulk Hogan $115 million as Gawker looks to appeal

The Monte Carlo Story: Maxim sues former employees for defamation

Changes at Gawker much bigger than just politics

Gawker president: ‘More likely than not’ we’ll lose Hogan case

Gawker’s cruel summer

News Guild starts $500,000 campaign to organize digital newsrooms


The ‘Gawker tax’ is getting too high, Denton tells his staff

After outcry, Gawker removes post about media executive

Gawker in the fight of its life with Hulk Hogan sex-tape lawsuit

The new digital disruptors

The Gawker boomerang

More fallout at after retraction

Jack Shafer on losing his job, and the state of things

Harry Kargman’s 15-year old startup

Former Vice Media editor says company killed stories over ‘brand partner’ concerns

Columbia student paper plans to drop daily print edition

The great intern revolt

Being ‘Jon Nicosia’


Moonies, Messiahs and Media: Who Really Owns Newsweek?

Military News Explodes Online

Huffington Post Goes Bananas Over Poor Quality Fruit

Atlantic Media Fails Hacking Test

Why Are Canadians Giving Gawker Money?

Did Michael Kinsley Invent Gay Marriage?


No more ‘illegal immigrants’ in AP stories

A reporter is fired; colleagues quit in protest

Gawker’s new comment system

Anderson Cooper (finally) exits the closet

Politico goes for ‘fair and balanced’


Abortions No Longer Free For Many Columbians

Three Men Found Shot on 122nd Street

This Bwog Life: Columbia Stories

We Know What CUCR Did Last Week

Michael Taussig’s Anti-Colonial Hammock

Everything You Need to Know About ‘Operation: Ivy League’

The Moody-Adams Retrospective


October Revolution: Faculty Discontent with Dean Peña-Mora

Strong, Beautiful, Broke: Barnard’s Financial Woes

Balance of Powers: Understanding the Changing Role of Columbia’s Deans

An Unloved Archive: The Story of WikiCU

Sex, Drugs, and ROTC: Columbia’s Year in the Headlines

Dissent Since ’68: 2006—Against the Minutemen