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Harvard Gazette - Least Biased - Credible - ReliableFactual Reporting: High - Credible - Reliable


LEAST BIASED

These sources have minimal bias and use very few loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes).  The reporting is factual and usually sourced.  These are the most credible media sources. See all Least Biased Sources.

  • Overall, we rate the Harvard Gazette Least Biased based on minimal editorializing. We also rate them High for factual reporting due to proper sourcing and a clean fact check record.

Detailed Report

Bias Rating: LEAST BIASED
Factual Reporting: HIGH
Country: USA (45/180 Press Freedom)
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: HIGH CREDIBILITY

History

Founded in 1906, The Harvard Gazette is the official news website of Harvard University. According to their about page, “The Harvard Gazette is the official news website for Harvard University. It covers campus life and times, University issues and policies, innovations in science, teaching, and learning, and broader national and global concerns.”

Read our profile on United States government and media.

Funded by / Ownership

The Harvard Gazette is owned and published by Harvard University. Funding is provided through the University.

Analysis / Bias

In review, the Harvard Gazette provides original reporting on the Arts, Business & Economics, Health & Medicine, Technology, and World Affairs. Articles and headlines contain minimally loaded emotional language such as this A next step in renewable Bionic Leaf fuel production.

Editorially, political reporting is generally balanced such as this Democrats and Republicans do live in different worlds. This story is also properly sourced. In general, the Harvard Gazette reports news factually and with minimal bias.

Failed Fact Checks

  • None to date

Overall, we rate the Harvard Gazette Least Biased based on minimal editorializing. We also rate them High for factual reporting due to proper sourcing and a clean fact check record. (D. Van Zandt 3/12/2017) Updated (3/21/2021)

Source: https://news.harvard.edu/

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