Archive For November 2019

BREAKING: STUDENT CONCERNED ABOUT FUTURE

on November 25, 2019 by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

Lately, we’ve been discussing in class the role of social media in journalism. The prevalence of social media is something that worries me. Not just on a systemic level, though […]

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BREAKING: STUDENT EXPERIENCES HUBRIS

on by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

In previous entries, I’ve talked a big game about bias in news articles, but I got a reality check when I spoke to my final interviewee for my second story: […]

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BREAKING: POLITICS OCCUR

on November 6, 2019 by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

Not surprisingly, one of the Washington Post‘s top headlines today was that the Democratic party has taken control of both the Virginia House of Delegates and the Virginia State Senate, which, […]

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BREAKING: WORLD CONTAINS TOO MUCH INFORMATION

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One of the major news items over the past couple of weeks has been the California wildfires. Much of the coverage I’ve encountered has focused on preventative efforts rather than […]

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