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The South Bank Skate Spot

Call them noisy, grungy, an eyesore or a menace to the tranquility of the Thames South Bank — but whatever you do, you can’t argue that the South Bank Skate spot hasn’t been a major staple in the world wide skating community. 607 more words

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Bunkasai: A Japanese Sample of Asian American Heritage at Northwestern

This news piece was originally submitted May 14, 2014 as a video news package for a journalism class.

by: Louis Oh|Medill
May 14, 2014

Bunkasai, held on Sunday, was one of many student run events this month showcasing the unique culture and heritage of Asian American and Pacific Islander students on campus. 94 more words

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Rowing at Dawn: Northwestern Crew Team

This piece was originally submitted April 30, 2014 as a audio slideshow story for a journalism class.

Images by Louis Oh|MEDILL
April 30, 2014

While the rest of Northwestern still sleeps, the men and women of the varsity and novice rowing crew teams converge on the Dammrich Rowing Center in Skokie. 55 more words

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The Ladies of Reggae reflect on over a decade of being radio DJs.

This audio profile was originally submitted April 23, 2014 as a audio story for a journalism class.

(img credit Ladies of Reggae)

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Chicago Hosts Coffee-Con 2014

These photos were originally submitted April 16, 2014 as a photo-essay style piece  for a journalism class.

Photos by Louis Oh|MEDILL
April 16, 2014

Chicago hosted the first Coffee-Con of the year, Saturday at the Zhou B Art Center in Bridgeport. 141 more words

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