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Presidential Traits and Whatnots

Being a president of a country is not an easy task. You have to be a mother or a father to your country, and to everyone inhabited in it. 169 more words


Media Roundup

By Christopher B. Daly

–I am so proud of my old newspaper, The Washington Post. The paper has recently been rendering a major public service: a… 312 more words


Voices - Meconnu

‘Voices’ is a magazine produced by the TYBA Journalism students of St. Xavier’s College, Mapusa – Goa as part of their final year project. This edition of Voices titled… 41 more words


Has Social Media Overtaken the News Cycle? The Story of the Kuwait Mosque Bombing

Last Friday was one of bloodshed and horror in Kuwait. The country, which has not been affected by regional sectarian issues in the same manner as its neighbours Iraq and Saudi Arabia, experienced something truly terrible. 611 more words

Social Media

Whatever | November 2009

Whatever | Militant atheism
Please, Prof Dawkins, can I be a quiet, passive atheist?

As a pacifist, and a coward, I’m really not looking for a fight. 795 more words


Berlin's Guestbook

I had to keep a travel blog of sorts for my study abroad. It focused on communication and American media’s influence in Europe. I wanted to share with you my favorite post of the ones I wrote, entitled “Berlin’s Guestbook.”


"Say Yes to the Dress" - Tyson.

Before I begin I'd like to thank everyone for the huge positive feedback I've got. Writing to myself is a whole other level than writing to an audience, continuing to reach that specific audience is a different slice of cake. 833 more words