Monthly Archives: March 2011

China doth censor too much

So in case your plan for the afternoon was to call someone in China and say something with the word protest  in it, your phone call will be dropped like a bad habit. So watch out. In fear of civilian … Continue reading

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stress: hassle or career prep?

Ask the average college student if they are stressed out and probably half to 3/4 of them will say yes. Ask the average CREIGHTON student and I think the results will be more like 99% affirmative. (Or should I say … Continue reading

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stumbling on irony

For me, stumbleupon.com offered me more than usual today. I stumbled onto a page of random historical facts that really made me think. The amount of irony that these facts displayed was overwhelming. I’ll mention a few of them. First: … Continue reading

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getting the whole story…

In my news writing class today, we have been talking about presenting the whole story. Specifically, why when writing speech stories, the reporter must include not only the meat of the speech itself, but also audience reactions, environment conditions, and … Continue reading

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orange peels

I was really not too happy last night. I had never really thought twice about an orange peel until I was walking downstairs in my hall from floor 7 to floor 4 and I saw a crumb trail of orange … Continue reading

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