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IN THE NEWS: NY Times Magazine (October 18, 2017)

 
“As a young social psychologist, she played by the rules and won big: an influential study, a viral TED talk, a prestigious job at Harvard. Then, suddenly, the rules changed.” 163 more words
NEWS & EVENTS

Critics of the Press Would Tear Down What They Can't Replace

Critics of the mainstream media were quick to charge that Harvey Weinstein’s misdeeds were an open secret, yet none of them were able to expose it. 6 more words

What Do Blacks Have to Lose Under the Reign of Trump?

President Trump has made it clear to Americans that his administration and signed executive orders will destroy and decimate every policy and law implemented by former President Barack Obama. 639 more words

California to Tighten Pet Store Regulations

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed Assembly Bill (AB) 485, legislation which will improve conditions for puppies, kittens and rabbits sold in pet shops inside the state. 272 more words

The Real Failure of U.S. Men’s Soccer Sporting - Brian Phillips


“For around 30 years, from the 1986 World Cup through the night of Tuesday, Oct. 10, the United States men’s national soccer team managed to project at least a pleasing illusion of progress. 76 more words

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Faith Beat - NY Times Article

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2017/10/13/californias-wildfires-remind-us-natural-disasters-see-no-race-or-class/?utm_term=.7e45f4d3f206

The NY Times article, “California’s Wildfires Remind Us Natural Disasters See No Race or Class,” is a great showing of what a journalism article revolving around faith can be like. 156 more words

Specialized Reporting Blog Posts

United States Misses World Cup for First Time Since 1986


“COUVA, Trinidad and Tobago — There was always a chance that a year would come when the United States again failed to qualify for the World Cup, when the hurdles in the nearly two-year slog of regional qualification — the matches on steamy afternoons and muggy nights, the hard tackles and the coin-throwing fans, the lousy fields and the dubious refereeing — all proved too much. 84 more words

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