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Post-election views

            On November 8th 2016, the United States has elected Donald Trump to become the nation’s 45th president. Trump has won the election with 306 electoral votes, while his opponent Hillary Clinton had 232 votes. 435 more words

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Students prepare for mid-terms

 

            The middle of the academic year is approaching once again. For some students this time of year is spent staying up late to study and cram, while others have been prepared since the first day of school. 493 more words

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School stress takes a toll on health

          Many people consider college to be one of the most fun and exciting times in a person’s life. However, if students put aside the celebrations and sporting events students will discover college can also be a stressful time. 505 more words

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A Closer Look at Multimedia Story "Firestorm"

About Firestorm

Launched on May 23, 2013, “Firestorm” is the Guardian’s multimedia story on the 2013 Tasmanian bushfire disaster. According to an interview by journalism.uk.com with the producing team, the project was inspired by photos of the Holmes family taking shelter from the fire at a jetty near their house. 710 more words

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Squeezed!

–Sub-Divided Units in Hong Kong Explained in Figures and Diagrams

Last week, a news article by South China Morning Post reported Emperor International Holdings, an investment company engaged in property development, is going to build the tiniest flat in Hong Kong with each unit measures 5.7 square meters. 144 more words

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Stay Suspicious, Stay Sherlock

“The convergence of affordable smartphone and camera technology, ubiquitous Internet access and social media is largely responsible for the explosion in citizen-powered news coverage. One by-product of this is an enormous amount of video being uploaded and shared every minute, every hour.” – Malachy Browne, news editor with Storyful… 975 more words

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Business in between

Walking into this room in Nanluoguxiang, one of the quaintest districts in Beijing, it seems like a gallery of avant-garde arts. In one picture a blonde lady stands in front of the Great Wall, wearing red sexy bikini. 1,656 more words

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