So as I expected, keeping up with a blog in college can be a bit difficult. So much has gone on in these past few weeks that I want to talk about, but I feel like it’d take forever! 646 more words
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Yesterday, in the rush to commence birthday celebration for a friend, I stumbled into the streets of Boston.
For Brooke’s 19th birthday we (and by we, I refer to 10 of 46 people(ish) that live in my dorm) ate at Wagamamas Prudential Center location. 754 more words
Park Street Church, one of the oldest churches in Boston, is located on the Boston Common, where a large homeless population takes up residence. Susan Lane, a former homeless woman and a member of Park Street Church, started Thursday Night Outreach (TNO), a weekly night of service and outreach to the homeless population residing near the church. 93 more words
This is a classic example of WBUR using convergent media to bring new life to a single medium report. NPR produced an audio report regarding the death of fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, and WBUR uses this audio report to produce a short article that honors and remembers de la Renta while also providing a multimedia experience that is appealing for many types of people. 201 more words
By Bill Kirtz
Jill Abramson, fired (her words) last summer as New York Times executive editor, will join with Steven Brill on a startup to “give great journalists money they can live on.” 227 more words