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Kaboom! - A Love Story with Massive Explosions

A Fascinating Short Documentary from The New York Times

Most real-world applications for explosives are usually intended for military purposes that lead to death and destruction. 225 more words


Research Proposal

Title: The Media’s Role in Covering the Emmett Till murder and trial, James Meredith’s integration into the University of Mississippi and Brown vs. Board of Education through… 281 more words

Describe what you see

Print and radio have a lot in common. The most obvious similarity is that neither a written story nor an audio story has the advantage of using videos and images. 964 more words

Tourism on the rise in Cuba in January

Though the official figures have not yet been released, there is reportedly a noticeable increase in the flow of international tourists who last month travelled to Cuba, 206 more words

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The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: an Analysis

I began watching the Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central when I came to college because…well everyone was watching it. The evening news I had grown up with was out, and Stewart’s satirical take on the same (if not more serious) issues was in.  390 more words

Bill O'Reilly Threatened A New York Times Reporter After She Accused Him Of Pulling A Brian Williams

Shortly after Brian Williams was suspended for fabricating details of his story about being shot down in a helicopter in Iraq, Bill O’Reilly had his own past scrutinized and questioned. 219 more words


Blogging and Revolution

This piece focuses on the role the internet and blogging have played in major revolutionary events. In this New York Times article the journalist, Jennifer Preston takes the time to recognize how social media and blogging aided the growth and the public resistance against the Egyptian government. 242 more words