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Media, Where the Content is Secondary

Guest Post by: Ricardo Anzola, student.

“What the mass media offers is not popular art, but entertainment which is intended to be consumed like food, forgotten, and replaced by a new dish.” – W.H. 515 more words

Journalism

UVA Story Begins to Unravel: Rape. Reporting. Loyalty.

Guest Post by: Amanda Smith, student Rape: Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration initiated against one or more individuals without the consent of those individuals (definition of rape, UVA website) Reporting: an account or statement describing in detail an event, situation, or the like, usually as the result of observation, inquiry, etc. 469 more words

Journalism

Kyle Clauss is going for the weird stories

February 1: Friday morning Kyle Clauss was a guest speaker at Emmanuel College for the next generations journalists. A 30 minute late Clauss talked, really fast, about what its’s like being a journalist and answered the students questions. 290 more words

Journalism

The Devil's Millhopper: It's Not As Spooky As It Sounds

Despite my eagerness to get the hell out of Dodge, I have to stop and acknowledge just how beautiful Gainesville, Florida is sometimes.

It may not be the big city or a haven hidden in the mountains, but Gainesville makes a great home for outdoors-loving, free-spirited college students like the ones the University of Florida seems to attract. 393 more words

Travel

Coffee: Harmful or Helpful?

Regardless of if it’s served black or with cream and sugar, many Americans drink coffee on a daily basis. According to the National Coffee Association, the U.S. 130 more words

Journalism

WHYY's Avi Wolfman-Arent Has Become THE Education Reporter In Delaware

WHYY/Newsworks has the best education reporter in Delaware, bar none!  Avi Wolfman-Arent has written many articles in the past few months that do not have the media bias we see in another Delaware newspaper (I’m talking to you News Journal).  357 more words

Priority Schools

Lesson 16

Police reports will tell you almost everything. If they don’t, then there is probably something missing.

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