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Mass violence ensues in America

First Baptist Church, Nov 5, 2017– 26 killed.

Sandy Hook Elementary School, Dec 14, 2012– 27 killed.

Virginia Tech, April 16, 2007– 32 killed.

Pulse Nightclub, June 12, 2016– 49 killed. 482 more words


Bitcoin boosts in popularity

Bitcoin has gained a lot of popularity in 2017 as it’s the most known cryptocurrency.

Cryptocurrency is just money that is digital.

No middlemen are involved with Bitcoin, and this causes no banks to be a part of the process when using it. 274 more words


African Americans in Times of War

African American history is projected across plenty of platforms. Like the corkboard at McDonald’s. Or a powerpoint slide in an assigned history presentation.

In other words, the current representation doesn’t even scrape the surface of the significance of African American culture. 223 more words


Nevertheless She Persisted: Women’s History Month

Women’s history month is a designated time for light to be shed on past and present problems facing women. Beginning on March 1, 2018, nationwide celebratory events will be held in major cities, including St. 356 more words


Crusading High School Journalists

Crusading high school journalists: Students learn that a popular history teacher is fired for misconduct, writes Eli Rosenberg.

The story is deleted from the newspaper website by school leaders. 20 more words


Featured Classroom and Q&A

I forgot to share this link back in December.

My classroom and a Q&A with me were featured on the JEA (Journalism Education Association) site as a part of the “this is our newsroom” series. 29 more words


Sports Writing: Players and Coaches, Not Scores and Stats

I crossed a professional goal off of my bucket list this weekend. Presenting at a national journalism conference tested me, and I worked really hard to perfect my session. 219 more words