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The Somalia affair: Canada's greatest moment in journalism

The Somalia affair is infamous for creating a bad name for Canada’s military and their peacekeeping services. The Somalia affair began when Prime Minister Mulroney accepted America’s request to send Canadian troops to Somalia in 1992. 1,497 more words

Locals of Bakersfield CA claim there IS nightlife in the city.

Bakersfield California, a relatively small city, however there is nightlife. 3 Locals from Bakersfield claim that in recent years the change in the city’s nightlife is visible. 279 more words


Rex Murphy: John Furlong — The complete Newfoundlander

Over the years I’ve more and more felt that Newfoundland’s personality, the peculiar charm and draw of the place, is the product of a “dynamic equilibrium.” The phrase might sound a little airy, like something that slipped past the jargon guards in some sociology department. 756 more words

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Carley Lanich a runner-up at JEA national convention

Carley Lanich, Lawrence Central High School and 2014 Indiana’s Student Journalist of the Year, was named one of five runners-up at the JEA national convention in San Diego Sunday, April 14. 65 more words


JEA write-off contest winners

Out of the 1,112 participants in the Journalism Education Association 2013 Write-Off Contest in San Diego, 11 students from Indiana placed. They are:

Kyle, McClarny, Greenwood Community H.S. 103 more words


The World's Toughest Job

As the viral story continues to gain popularity as a storytelling tool, journalists everywhere are scratching their heads trying to determine how to properly utilize it. 256 more words

Walter Cronkite's Perfect Selfie

Social media has us all scoffing at the tabloids’ lengthy descriptions of the way Kim Kardashian paired a halter top with the perfect heels…while posting photos of our newest outfit, most recent haircut or freshly purchased Nikes. 83 more words