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"Older Than The Nation"

By Marcus McDermott|

Last Friday some members of our journalism class took a field trip to Hartford to take a behind the scenes tour of the Hartford Courant and observe  how things run at a real newspaper/ news station. 453 more words

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"Dr." Terrence Carter sues. Even in Connecticut that's called chutzpah.

The phony doctor arrives for a hearing in New London.

Remember the phony doctor Terrence Carter.

He was a Chicago principal, director of Chicago school turnarounds and a rising star in Chicago corporate school reform who was almost hired by the New London, Connecticut school district as its superintendent. 310 more words

The Story Behind Ryan Boatright

In the month of October, Dom Amore went to Aurora, Illinois, Ryan’s hometown, to learn more about Ryan and his journey to get to UCONN. The link below tells you all about Amore’s trip. 12 more words

Life Off The Court

Getting to Know Ryan

Dom Amore of the Hartford Courant recently wrote an article on a trip he took to Boatright’s hometown, Aurora, IL. Click the link below to read this article! 20 more words

Life Off The Court

Review: Fleetwood Mac Live at the Hartford XL

On Saturday, November 1st, the Hartford XL center fell under a spell…one of Fleetwood Mac, that is—and a kind that managed to reach the monster arena’s top tier, hexing even the nosebleed-seat occupants. 407 more words

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Hartford Courant turns 250 years old

HARTFORD – On October 29, 1764, a printer named Thomas Green started a newspaper named the Connecticut Courant. That paper, now called The Hartford Courant… 158 more words

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CT and The Stage-- A Hot and Cold Relationship

Connecticut and the stage have had a long and storied past.  It’s hard to believe that there were multiple points in history where theater and the stage were looked down upon or even banned, when today Connecticut boasts award-winning theaters that bolster our communities’ vibrancy. 433 more words

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