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Marina Keegan died three days after she graduated. She was going to work at the New Yorker. She interned at the Paris Review. But when I read about those accomplishments as a junior in high school starting to freak out about my future beyond Oregon suburbia, I didn’t feel too much writer’s envy.
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Thursday in my news-reporting lecture, we briefly discussed covering traumatic events.
The example given in class was the life stories reporters are asked to write – instead of publishing normal obituaries, the Missourian writes these longer pieces that aim to paint a picture of the life of whoever passed. 721 more words
The funny thing about data, big or small, is that with the right lens, you can see just about anything you want.
In an article headlined “Newspaper publishers remain optimistic about future of their industry,” my beloved and esteemed Reynolds Journalism Institute announced the results the second annual Publishers Confidence Index, a study of more than 400 publishers conducted by 476 more words