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Community journalism from Durham to Ocracoke

Seven years ago, my colleague Jock Lauterer helped create the Durham VOICE, a print and digital publication serving the northeast-central section of the city. It was his way of responding to the… 300 more words

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A new opportunity and challenge: Director of LSU Student Media

I don’t know whether this is a measure of how often I change jobs or how long I’ve been blogging, but this is the fourth new job I’ve announced on this blog that’s less than seven years old. 552 more words

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Sunday's Power Point in COM 210

Here is Sunday’s Power Point in COM 210, which mainly concerns your E-portfolio:


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13 Tips for student success in college (and four just for journalism majors)

Successful students distinguish themselves from their struggling classmates in many ways. The contrast is particularly sharp during end-of-semester grading, which I just wrapped up last night for a journalism course in news reporting. 1,008 more words


Day 5 - Let's Get Organized and Relax with Homemade Sugar Scrubs

by Marsha Little Matthews

It’s hard to believe, but this is our last production day for the semester. Chelsey Pryor demonstrates how to make inexpensive items to help students get organized in… 60 more words

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Day 4 - Muffins, Sushi, and Origami

by Marsha Little Matthews

The shows for Day 4 feature food and crafts. Cheyenne Morvan mixes up some tasty cakes in Miss Morvan’s Muffins. Erika Anderson demonstrates an easy way to prepare sushi in… 61 more words

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Grady Today: Ad Club President Blair Siegler Connects Outside the Classroom

Story and Photo by Magnolia Triplett

Edited by Haley Fort

With each Grady student eager to propel themselves into the career of their dreams, finding ways to get involved can be challenging. 731 more words

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