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Ways International Volunteering Ruins You

In preparing for my trip to the least visited country in the Western Hemisphere of Nicaragua, with the purpose of living with the locals and constructing a community, the same thing happened to me that occurs every time I embark on some unknown activity. 535 more words

Canada

Who Won the Debate?

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took the stage at Hofstra University on September 26, 2016. Hofstra students in JRNL10-06 weigh in.

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Why we need Jeremy Corbyn.

Jeremy Corbyn’s second leadership victory is merely plastering over the cracks of a derelict political party.

Corbyn undoubtedly has the support of Labour members – and would appear to have even greater had the great ‘purge’ nooccurred – and with such a fierce support base on ye left of the political spectrum, one would assume he can now press inward and present a real challenge to the Conservatives in 2020. 519 more words

From the Editor's Desk: The Edgier Minstrel

Originally published in Issue 2, Fifty-First Year of The Minstrel (September 22, 2016). Click here to view the entire issue. 

“If it bleeds, it leads” is the popular quote in journalism. 440 more words

Blogs

Students, Staff Respond to Water Damage in Harvey, Humidity Issues in Aviat

Originally published in Issue 2, Fifty-First Year of The Minstrel (September 22, 2016). Click here to view the entire issue. 

On Aug. 10, at 5:30 a.m. 654 more words

News & Features

Recent voyages

Haven’t updated in a while because wifi at home broke down for a week. Truly a very difficult week to survive. I have so much blogging to catch up on because many things happened recently…we’ll see how many posts it takes. 860 more words

Journalism

#DreamCareer | Journalism & Photography

Hello everyone!

Today I wanted to talk to you about my dream career which is journalism.

All throughout my childhood I’ve loved writing stories and mini reports of my day and diary entries which I still love to do today. 315 more words

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