Monthly Archives: February 2009

The End of the Book… A review of Wahl-Jorgensen

Dear Ms. Wahl-Jorgensen After finishing your book, I find that I both agree and disagree with some of the points and statements you make. For example, I think sometimes the letter to the editor section of a newspaper, although as … Continue reading

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Santa gets Sued

In a news article published in the Seattle PI, Santa appears to be in a bit of trouble. The short article, which ran on Febuary 20th runs as follows.   Woman sues Santa, claiming he fell on top of her … Continue reading

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Facebook Feedback

After last class, I went home and decided to see what kind of feedback from the story of the 13-year-old boy-faced father someone else had posted a link to on there blog. So in my status I posted Haley is … Continue reading

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Letters to the Editor

For my letters to the editor, I choose to write to the Daily Collegian and The Boston Globe. My reasoning behind this was that I would more likely be published in the Collegian because it is local and as I … Continue reading

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Journalists And The Public

picture from http://lowbagger.org/littleman.jpg Journalists And The Public; Newsroom Culture, Letters To The Editor and Democracy by Karin Wahl-Jorgensen brought up many interesting points about media, journalists, the government, letters to the editor and the public at large in just the first … Continue reading

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The Chris Brown/ Rhianna Scandal

 So as many have read, seen,or heard of, 19 year old R&B Singer Chris Brown allgedly hit or otherwise was rough with his girlfriend, Pop Singer Rhianna. Reports are vague and lack any real substantial detail as to what happened, … Continue reading

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High Five’s come to NY.

On the Mission:Improve  video of high fives in NY I left this comment. “I love how this brightened all those commuters day ( as Michael said…) It just shows that a simple gesture of a high five from a stranger … Continue reading

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