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Writing and Weaving- Intertextuality

This is an interesting topic in light of the way that Democrats have been thrown under the bus by the plagiarism of John Walsh. Much of Intertextuality and the Discourse Community by James E. 408 more words

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I did a little research on Stanley Fish and found him argumentative, interesting and profoundly diverse in his endeavors. I suspect he fancies himself a renaissance man! 481 more words

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Week One - Interview/Feature a fellow undergraduate

Doing it the Chapalang Way

She’s a percussionist with a heart for fashion; she’s Christine Hoo, co-owner of fashion blog The Chapalang Way, where she and her friend El dabbles with a little bit of everything fashion-related. 524 more words


Tuesday 2nd September

We’ll look at the homework first (Remember you had to complete yesterday’s grammar task – correcting mistakes??)

Then we’ll finish the listening activities that we were working on in Monday’s class (I hope you’ve remembered to bring the paper…) 48 more words

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BU so far...

In my search for the right college, many things came to mind when determining what would be the right fit for me. Certain things that I thought were good criteria for a college were a school’s dinning hall, the diversity, and the facilities. 614 more words


Week One: Quiz Results

Today I completed the Week One Quiz for COMM11007.

The quiz was focused on punctuation, mostly of quotes, and was comprised of eight questions.

My results are as follows:


Exploring Journalism Fig: Week One

Questions that often visits my mind: What will journalism look like through the years? How do I succeed and secure myself in this ever-changing world? Will I be able to practically support myself in a career that makes me happy? 443 more words

Exploring Journalism