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It's Dress-Your-Dog-Up-for-Halloween Month, Starting Now!

Should you, or shouldn’t you?

And really, does it even matter?

I’m talking about dressing your dog (or dogs) up in costumes. After all, this is October 1, … 355 more words

Inevitable: Newsweek blames Ebola outbreak on man made global warming

The left wing media can’t seem to help themselves. What ISN’T caused by global warming?

Ebola and Climate Change: are humans responsible for the severity of the current outbreak?

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let's talk leads

Today’s blog post is brought to you by: Blog Posts I am Assigned to Write in Graduate School! Read on if you’d like to learn a thing or two about journalism and the art of starting a story, because I’m about to deconstruct three leads. 671 more words


Yeah, Zach Schonfeld Is a 23 Year-Old Writing for Newsweek

There are many Zachs at Wesleyan. Lots of them. They’re all over. Some of them spell their name cooler than others (Zak, Zac, or Bzackk), but if you talk to most people who were on campus any time after 2010, most of them know who you’re talking about if you utter “Zach” and some comment about writing: Zach Schonfeld, the dear overlord of the campus blog… 654 more words

Entry-Level Grind

Echa złotych mistrzostw

Polacy okazali się najlepszą drużyną globu podczas siatkarskich mistrzostw. Po turnieju pozostał jednak niesmak związany z dystrybucją praw telewizyjnych.

Na wstępie polecam artykuł „Dlaczego Solorz-Żak zakodował mistrzostwa?”, który został opublikowany przez Radosława Omachela w Newsweeku. 420 more words

The Water in Our Bodies Makes Us All Part Alien

“A new study published today (Sept. 25) in the journal Science suggests that between 10 to 30 percent of the Earth’s water is older than the sun, and likely hails from comets born outside our solar system. 120 more words

Water Resources

The Scottish Spring - how democracy won

19 Sept 2014: Analysis for Newsweek magazine on the positive effects of the independence campaign and yesterday’s referendum vote

(Original in Newsweek print edition of 19 September and… 2,035 more words