Investigative Journalism

Investigative Journalism

An Exhaustive Investigation of 'Mayochup,' Heinz's New Condiment

We did a deep dive on the mysterious product that everyone's talking about.
Munchies Staff
4.16.18
Investigative Journalism

We Asked Locals Around 'Bell End' If the Road Should Be Renamed

There are two rival Change.org petitions online – one arguing Bell End's name should be changed, one arguing the opposite – but does anybody actually care?
Emma Garland
1.8.18
Investigative Journalism

It's Actually Pretty Easy to 'Hack' the Digital Music Industry

We made a terrible song then bought Spotify streams for it as proof.
Lasse Cato
Alfred Maddox
12.5.17
Investigative Journalism

Seriously: Why Does Everyone's Mum Use That Same Cookie Tin for Sewing Stuff?

An investigation.
Amelia Tait
11.1.17
Investigative Journalism

We Figured Out What the Smell in Our Office Is and Are No Longer Taking Internship Applications

Just the worst ever smell.
Joel Golby
7.4.17
Investigative Journalism

What Started That Massive Brawl in a West Country Wetherspoons?

Alcohol, obviously. But what else?
Kyle MacNeill
2.15.17
fishing

Undocumented Fishermen in Hawaii Are Being Paid 70 Cents an Hour

An Associated Press investigation has found that Hawaiian fishing boats are being manned by hundreds of undocumented workers, subjected to inhumane conditions.
Daisy Meager
9.9.16
News

The Journalist Who Blew the Whistle on Mossack Fonseca 18 Months Before the Panama Papers

Ken Silverstein spent 2014 unearthing how criminals and oligarchs hide their money, but his story got ignored.
Maddison Connaughton
4.7.16
Stuff

We Went to See Investigative Journalism Film 'Spotlight' with an Investigative Journalist

Heather Brooke is an award-winning journalist who played a vital role in exposing the 2009 MPs' expenses scandal. We asked her for her take on the film.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
2.3.16
Stuff

Meeting the Real-Life Investigative Journalists Behind the Oscar-Nominated ‘Spotlight’

It's a great film, and worth watching if only for the dramatic scenes of people going through big piles of paper.
Joel Golby
1.29.16
Film

'Spotlight' Celebrates the Power of Journalism to Fight Corruption

The fantastic new film details how reporters exposed the seedy underbelly of the Catholic Church.
Susan Zalkind
11.11.15
Film

A New Documentary Follows the Exploits of Ghana’s Most Notorious Investigative Journalist

Anas Aremeyaw Anas is responsible for breaking countless stories about corruption and crime in his country, all without showing his face.
Chris Bilton
4.25.15
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