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Opening doors for women in a world of 'subtle' sexism

Saint John lawyer Nathalie Godbout was pregnant with her eldest child, now 10, when she was the incoming chairwoman of the Saint John Board of Trade — the third woman to hold the post in an organization that turns 150 this year. 1,071 more words

Saint John

Commissioners set to talk budget, money transfers

This was published on July 22 in the Jacksonville Progress. It was just to let people know what the county Commissioners’ Court had planned for their next meeting. 163 more words

Journalism

Rusk City Council mulls speed bumps for Euclid Street

This article was published in the Jacksonville Progress on July 22. It’s just a short article over local goings-on.

Euclid Street, in Rusk, may be getting speed bumps soon. 439 more words

Journalism

Olympic Level Politics

The first World War put Germany in to a state of defeat and isolation. In 1931, Berlin was awarded the 1936 Summer Olympic games as an attempt to reinstate Germany back in to the world community. 522 more words

Politics

Bullard High School Goes to Space

I wrote this article for the Jacksonville Progress. It was published July 22. The article was over some high school students who were participating in the SSEP program, and were putting the finishing touches on their experiment. 462 more words

Journalism

#WestminsterBubble journos chat on #WhatsApp. Now THAT's interesting

Ever have the feeling that a lot of Westminster journalists are a bit too pally? Ever suspect that the way the same slanted narrative pops up in multiple publications – the current fake-furore over Labour’s student debt non-promise is a case in point – might not be coincidental? 213 more words

Trump and the media

The following is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Clarion, its staff or the institution. If you would like to submit a response or an opinion piece of your own, please contact Editor in Chief Abby Petersen at… 789 more words

Opinion