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Patrick Smith: Leah Palmer And What It’s Like To Fall In Love With A Woman Who Doesn’t Exist

BuzzFeed — Leah Palmer was a high-flying fashionista with a jet-setting lifestyle and a host of admirers on social media. But her entire existence was a fraud – a multi-year hoax that depended on stealing someone else’s life. 126 more words

Culture

The first rule of American war is not to believe what we're told

Summary: Another war starts with its barrage of propaganda on America, raising the usual questions. Can we learn from experience? Will we demand accurate information and better analysis, laughing at those who have been so often wrong?  1,275 more words

History

VIDEO: Patrick L. Smith: Alternative Media Tells It Right on Ukraine

From Russia Insider

Patrick L. Smith is the foreign affairs columnist at Salon and author of “Time No Longer: Americans After the American Century” (2013). He was the International Herald Tribune’s bureau chief in Hong Kong and then Tokyo from 1985 to 1992 and a contributor to the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Nation, the Washington Quarterly and other publications. 152 more words

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"The Silence Of The Seagulls": A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Venice By David Jesenicnik & Ales Gregoric (2015)

“The Silence Of The Seagulls”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Venice Produced and Directed By David Jesenicnik and Ales Gregoric.

Produced and Filmed by:  David Jesenicnik and Ales Gregoric… 128 more words

Time-Lapse

More than just a thousand words: Towson University alumnus discusses the passion behind the photo

Patrick Smith, photojournalist for Getty Images and Towson University alumnus, discusses the importance of photojournalism as more than just a profession: it’s an experience.

Smith began his career as a journalist at Towson University’s Towerlight, uniformly taking photographs for assignments and completing his weekly tasks to contribute to each issue, when he discovered his passion for photojournalism. 508 more words

Interview

Developers Find Creative Uses for Transit-Oriented Projects

In this year’s State of the Union Address, President Obama urged the government to aggressively increase spending on improving and creating infrastructure projects. In fact, his 2015 budget calls for $302 billion to be spent over four years on surface transportation alone. 516 more words

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Students share insight into the future of the Pride of Oklahoma

The Pride of Oklahoma is under semi-new direction, and band members are more excited for what the future holds than ever. Patrick Smith provides insight to the direction the band plans to go moving forward.

Video package by Patrick Smith.

ENG Fall 2014