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Off the cuff thoughts about my online presence

I recently googled my name as a little social experiment, and I must say I was pretty surprised at what I saw. Right at the top there are three pictures from my Instagram page. 510 more words

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Superbowl Commercials 2016 - the Good and the Weird

Let me just start out by saying the best part of Super Bowl 50 was EASILY Beyonce’s performance during halftime.

With that being said, the commercials at the Super Bowl also added some entertainment for those of us who don’t love watching hours of football.   369 more words

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More Election Coverage Analysis: Albright's Insights

This week’s prompt was to analyze a piece of election coverage, so for me, it’s last week’s prompt all over again. The following video piece caught my attention: … 199 more words

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Iowa Caucus Results

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/01/iowa-caucus-results.html

To preface this analysis of the Iowa Caucuses I must say I never understood politics growing up because my parents never explained the process to me. 549 more words

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Understanding multiracial backgrounds

Blog #3

Here’s the article I read for my latest blog post. It was published on NPR and discusses how people of mixed racial backgrounds tend to identify themselves. 290 more words

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2015/10/04/439241698/what-its-like-to-take-photos-of-a-dying-man

Wow. That’s all I can say. Wow. What a powerful piece. It was gut-wrenching to read, but to look at the emotion in the photos takes this story to a new level. 368 more words

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