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Welcome to the blog

Welcome to the golden age of journalism, where news has gone beyond reading text and looking at still photos. My name is Michael Livingston, I am an undergraduate student at… 174 more words


How soon is now?

More or less every post I write is a product of procrastination. Probably the way I get over writer’s block, having a splurge of my personal thoughts that leads me to think and write about the things I actually have to. 544 more words

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India Day 13-15: Goa, the Beach City

Leaving behind the city of Mumbai, we drove to its airport to catch an internal flight south, to the beaches of Goa. At last! My chance to tan in the sunshine! 745 more words


Nigerian Investigative Journalist, Dami Banjo, Shortlisted For Thomson Foundation Young Journalist Award

A young Nigerian investigative journalist, Damilola Banjo, has been shortlisted for the Thomson Foundation’s 2019 Young Journalist Award.

Banjo’s investigation into the massive corruption in Lagos State schools and a four-part, in-depth feature on the banditry in Zamfara State were two of the stories the award’s panel of judges commended. 184 more words

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Like you, only successful.

“I think I’m pretty much like you. Only successful”, Jerry says to an affronted George. Sitting across from one another in the diner they frequent, the two are accompanied by Elaine, amused and quietly adjudicating their responses. 1,086 more words

The End Is Nigh! Over 40 Years Of Doomsday Predictions In Media

There have been a lot of interesting predictions of the end times for man over the years. And they have all been wrong.