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Project 2.2 - Diane Arbus' Brooklyn Family

This exercise asks that the student read and reflect upon Liz Jobey’s essay on Diane Arbus in Singular Images: Essays on Remarkable Photographs by Sophie Howarth. 913 more words

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Japanese satellite, with Irish input, is tumbling in space

My story on the tumble taken by Japanese satellite, Hitomi, which has had significant scientific input from the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, from The Sunday Times last weekend.

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Moving away from rolling news: all change at The Times

There was some big news in the media this week with The Times and Sunday Times announcing a move to an edition-based online news model. Both titles will now be updated at set times each day – the core edition to be followed by updates at 9am, midday and 5pm on the website and apps. 612 more words

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Project 2: Reading Pictures

This exercise asks that the student ‘rip out an advertising image from a newspaper supplement and circle and write on as many parts of the image as you can. 666 more words

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The Sunday Times "Anorexia is Narcissism"

“I am alarmed by anorexia among young people, which arises presumably because they are preoccupied with being beautiful and healthy and thin. No one has anorexia in societies where there is not enough food.

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Joondalup teen Robyn Lambird-Walton’s fundraising race for Rio paralympics

ROBYN Lambird-Walton may walk “like a T-rex”, but the Joondalup teen is a panther on the track with her wheelchair.

Born with cerebral palsy, the 18-year-old blogger and disability advocate wants to represent Australia at the Paralympics in Rio next year. 462 more words

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Damon Albarn | The Sunday Times - November 2008

Damon Albarn: From pop to opera.

He’s indifferent to money and drugs. He hates the celebrity circus. And he famously said no to Tony Blair — but yes to getting drunk with John Prescott. 4,307 more words

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