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Journalism: Agenda 9/2

1. Do-Now
2. Finish Team media presentations

1. Due Friday: On lined paper, take one page of Cornell notes about the news. It can be print, radio, or TV. 43 more words


My response to WSJ's transphobic (&idiotic) op-ed:




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Oh, Bari Weiss. You’re being so glib and flippant, writing in shorthand as if we already agree with you, that I can’t tell if you’re being serious or if your… 373 more words


Self-Pub Authors: Submitting Short Stories to Magazines

I’ve just written up and published my latest article from Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors. Today’s article is Submitting Short Stories to Magazines. I figured that since a lot of authors, both traditional and independent, publish or attempt to publish short stories in magazines and anthologies, why not write an article that aims to help authors accomplish just that. 120 more words


Ukraine - A "Different Kind of War" - Reporting On a Scroll

“The mindset of war must change,” Mr Bush said on Wednesday. “It is a different type of battlefield. It is a different type of war.” The battles, he said, “will be fought visibly sometimes, and sometimes we’ll never see what may be taking place”. 595 more words

Conflict - Culture - Language - Psychology

Telluride: Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' leavens a somber story with humor - By REBECCA KEEGAN August 30 2014

Jon Stewart’s “Rosewater” is about a deathly serious subject — the Iranian government’s 2009 imprisonment of Newsweek journalist Maziar Bahari.

But, as Telluride Film Festival audiences discovered at the political drama’s first public screening Friday night, Stewart has brought his distinctive comedic DNA as host of “The Daily Show” into his screenwriting and directorial debut. 215 more words


Will Write for Food

Today I’m leaving for my trip for, what will be, one of the the craziest journalistic experiences I’ll undergo. This past summer I was chosen as one of the writers for this year’s… 490 more words