We don't need to tell you where to find news - it's everywhere. You likely already follow your preferred mainstream news outlet. Instead, the following list is a sampling of news and information sources that will provide you with perspectives that are not always included in mainstream media - or academic databases for that matter. As with any information source, make sure you apply the CRAPP test (see right) before trusting the sources as credible and always gather multiple perspectives on any given topic.
Most of the content for this guide was adapted from other libraries throughout the U.S., including Wellesley, SUNY, Berkeley City College, and especially the University of Arizona guide originally created and graciously shared by Nicole Pagowsky and Niamh Wallace.
We will attempt to keep this guide as up-to-date as possible. Are there additional resources available that should be included? Please send them to Elizabeth Brookbank at firstname.lastname@example.org
Does it pass the CRAPP test?