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Journalism adviser Tracy Anne Sena emailed the Journalism Education Association listerv this afternoon to alert fellow teachers that the Associated Press is donating 2013 stylebooks to schools with no budgets or organizations that run journalism camps or conferences. 68 more words

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Some Photos We Wish Were Worth Less Than 1000 Words

By Nick Margherita

When Matt Bedard looks back on his four years at Elon University, the oak trees he recalls sitting under as a freshman, and those he sat under yet again as a senior, remind him of his growth. 153 more words

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Chikungunya Report AP

I chose an article titled ” Debilitating case of mosquito-borne chikungunya reported in the U.S.” on CNN Health.

I believe that the article is pretty straight forward and easy to read. 134 more words

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Legos on the Beach

By Emily Yarborough

I chose this article about Legos washing up on a shore in Cornwall, England.

It is apparent that this article was written in traditional AP style. 140 more words

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A Shift In Design For Microsoft

by Megan McGowan

I chose this article on Inc. that details the shift in priorities for Microsoft from engineer-centric to design-centric production. 

The article flowed well, was easy to read and usually followed APA format. 136 more words

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AP Style Analysis: The New Yorker

By Emily G.

The New Yorker recently posted the article Getting Over Procrastinationwhich gives a brief history of procrastination and studies that have been conducted on the topic. 173 more words

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AP Writing Style: Mysterious White Flags

By Tiffany Mackins

( Photo courtesy of 7online.com)

I sometimes judge an article by its photo. So when I saw a picture of a white flag flying on the Brooklyn Bridge, I knew I had to follow the… 113 more words

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