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RAMON BAUTISTA A PERSONA NON GRATA?

Amid the resolution declaring him “persona non grata,” comedian-writer Ramon Bautista said past issues concerning a public figure is not an issue when it comes to credibility. 1,044 more words

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Mark Voight to enter BPAA Hall of Fame, receive Victor Lerner Memorial Medal

The Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America (BPAA) will honor Mark Voight of Community Bowling Centers in Livonia, Michigan with the 2015 Victor Lerner Memorial Medal. The Lerner Medal is the highest honor awarded by the BPAA and recognizes an individual for a lifetime of service to the bowling industry and represents the recipient’s induction into BPAA’s Hall of Fame located at the International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame in Arlington, Texas. 394 more words

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When the sleeping "Big One" finally wakes up

Is there any safe place if an earthquake as big as the one that struck Nepal would hit the country?

“Sa buong Pilipinas, wala (In the whole Philippines, there’s none),” Professor Mario Aurelio of the National Institute of Geological Sciences in the University of the Philippines said. 714 more words

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Native Skywatchers paint the sky

Artists from all over Mid-Michigan gathered for the “Art in the Sky” event in Mount Pleasant’s Native American Ziibiwing Center. The painting workshop was open to the public April 13-17 for anyone interested in participating in a Native American tradition. 379 more words

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Darling of Westminster dies

The death of Sheila Gunn, a much-loved political journalism lecturer for 14 years at City, has prompted handwritten letters from Sir John Major and David Cameron. 414 more words

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"Win-win": Investigative Bureau moves closer to home

New location strengthens ties and opens up intern opportunities

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) has strengthened its ties with City after moving into a new office only a corridor away from the journalism department. 403 more words

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Reflection on the process: Feature Writing

By Sarah O’Brien

Feature writing represents a huge change of pace from its harder news cousin. It is more concerned with the whys, who’s and what’s in a far more personal manner which ultimately focuses on the human element in a story. 499 more words

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