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Local restaurants fueling local economies

Not to sound dramatic, but food is my lifeblood.

Growing up, I was very picky about eating and limited myself to anything in which cheese was the main ingredient. 200 more words


Corrections, apologies and retractions: Misinformation in social media news

By: Yadira Nieves-Pizarro

News organizations continue to see growth pertaining their online publics (Olmstead & Shearer, 2015; Conaghan, 2015). Social media is an audience magnet for news businesses that use these outlets to promote their stories as they develop in real time. 1,294 more words


Ever upwards: Learning to ride the subway

It’s not true that foot traffic moves quickly in New York.

Some people do, of course, but all in all it’s not the surging sea of suits I’d anticipated. 306 more words


Behind The Ville.

After a long six weeks, this has become one of my favorite projects that I have had the pleasure to publish. Shout-out to Demetrius, Rey and Shazah for letting us practically stalk them and for being so fun to work with, and thanks to my colleagues Shanae Hardy and Alyssa Merwin for their hard work and cooperation on this project. 31 more words

The Ville

Coming Down to the End

This week we’ve been coming down to the wire in my multimedia journalism class, and we’ve been working as a group to put together our final project. 316 more words

My Life

Critical Reflection: My performance as a Multimedia Journalist

Having learned various components and skills of multimedia journalism, I produced two articles to demonstrate what I had learned from the process.

The first article I produced was about FC United of Manchester, a non-league football team. 792 more words


Behold, Voters Still Remain Uncertain

As the day of voting is fast approaching, some people still remain unsure about whom they are voting for in this year’s General Election on the basis that political parties are simply not being clear enough for the people. 276 more words