Tag Archives: Travel journalism

The world on your computer screen

By DEBORA RUBI World Maps (http://www.justmaps.org) is a great site in researching sites around the world, be it to plan a vacation or find information for an article. As is self explanatory, in the simplest of functions the website provides … Continue reading

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Journalists can find language learning help online

By ALEXANDER B. PEARCE The cliché of calling the United States a melting pot is still relevant today, especially in terms of language. Roughly 82 percent of the population claims English as their mother tongue, while the rest of the … Continue reading

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Dealing with dangerous news sources, risky places

By ALEXANDER B. PEARCE It is not a journalist’s place to judge as much as it is to expose the truth to the greater public so that readers and viewers may make their own decisions with as much information as … Continue reading

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Using online event calendars for stories

By DEBORA RUBI An important aspect of writing great articles is finding great topics about which to write. The Internet is a great quick way to find out what is going on in a neighborhood that would be worth covering … Continue reading

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WHO do you turn to for health data?

By ALEX FRUIN During my semester studying abroad last fall, I became interested in the different patterns of international diseases. When I returned home with my new interest, I realized that it was difficult to find a reliable source when … Continue reading

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