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It distorts the truth, sways opinions, and has the power to impact elections. Fake news is in the news and on the minds of people concerned about its influence. Lafayette has been weighing in on this increasingly important issue.

Ana Luhrs, reference librarian for the government and law department and Skillman Library, talks about fake news and gives tips for identifying it. To learn more, visit Skillman Library’s  webpage on spotting fake news.

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  1. Andrew J. Mirabito ‘72 says:

    This is a wonderful initiative. Unfortunately, I doubt the Fox, Drudge and Breitbart crowd are teachable.

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