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Wolf’s Eye View: Remembrance and Rebirth in New York

On the week of March 13, I accompanied the St. Paul’s Journalism class on an educational trip to the Columbia Scholastic Press Association conference in New York, along with visits to the  1,041 more words

Forge Mathes

Levis and Hijabs

Imagine walking into the 9/11 memorial next to a vibrant, first-generation New Yorker who is dressed head to toe in traditional Muslim attire. Her hair is completely hidden beneath her hijab, and layers of loose-fitting clothes cover her wrists and ankles. 625 more words

Inside Out

Flight 93 National Memorial - 4/20/18

We took the day to visit some of our national treasures. On our way to visit Gettysburg, we went to the Flight 93 National Memorial.  Just walking around the place, looking at maps, pictures, etc.. 38 more words

Trips / Adventures

Here's what Rudy Giuliani will bring to Donald Trump's legal team

For weeks, President Donald Trump had grown increasingly frustrated with the cable news chatter that he couldn’t hire a big-name attorney for his legal team. 978 more words


Truth Or Dare?

A previous post examined how logic could be used to arrive at the truth. Journalism can be used to investigate what is true, just as it can be used to… 696 more words


Mohammad Haydar Zammar, 9/11 recruiter released by CIA to Syria, captured by SDF

U.S. Col. Ryan Dillon says the Syrian Democratic Forces captured Mohammed Haydar Zammar in northeast Syria roughly four weeks ago.

Zammar, a Syrian-born German, was a key member of a Hamburg jihadist cell that included three of the Sept. 756 more words

New York, I do indeed love you

It was Ol’ Blue Eyes who provided the soundtrack for the first time I ever laid eyes on New York City.

Large. Busy. Loud. Noisy. Cars everywhere. 1,165 more words