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Pissed Off About U.S. School Shootings? Here’s What You Can Do

We live in Canada. It’s nice here. Our neighbours to the south, however, have had a total of 30 mass shootings in 2018 already, according to Gun Violence Archive. In 2017, there were 346 mass shootings in America, nearly one a day. Read ...

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Does this hook you?

The ceiling crackled and vibrated. A woman’s voice rumbled out of the loud speaker embedded in the overhead panels of the girls’ washroom: KAYLEE CONNELLY, PLEASE REPORT TO THE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY. KAYLEE CONNELLY. REPORT TO THE OFFICE. ...

Top 10 Sex Myths Every Student Gets Wrong

We asked a professional sex expert what sex myths students still get wrong. Even though we’re adults with access to the internet, sex still seems to be a subject that holds tightly onto its taboo roots. So I went ahead and did the embarra...

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Don’t Feed the Trolls

And for pity’s sake, don’t quote their trolling posts when you respond in a thread. You make my job that much harder when I go through and have to clean up the troll poop because it does no good for me to get rid of the troll po...

Newspaper Templates for Google Docs & Word

This morning I answered an email from a reader who was looking for suggestions on tools that his students can use to collaboratively create a newspaper. My first suggestion was to try LucidPress. My second thought was to try using some Goog...

The Heartbreaking Reality of Reporting a Campus Sexual Assault

While countless cases become public, many survivors of campus sexual assault still fight for closure outside the spotlight. Stephanie Hale is one of a growing number of students challenging the process she had to undergo after reporting h...

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My Book Progross So Far.

As I havent written a book before I just want to get some idea of what to do at this point. I know this isn’t what you want to hear, but if you’ve not written fiction before, you should be aware that there are hundreds of traps ...

Why I Teach Journalism in My History Classes

In high school, I struggled to write clear, concise prose. My command of structure was minimal, and I didn’t make effective use of sources to inform my analysis. I also had difficulty differentiating between summary and analysis, much to ...

Devi S. Laskar: Author Spotlight

Author spotlights (like this one with Devi S. Laskar, author of The Atlas of Reds and Blues from Counterpoint Press) are a great way to learn how other authors are finding success. Devi S. Laskar Devi S. Laskar’s debut novel, The Atlas of...

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Role of Investigative Journalists in Murder Cases (1930-1950)

I’m working on a mystery novel based in the Golden Age of Detection — a predominant focus on the puzzle of the methods of a fantastical crime — and the narrator, The Watson, is a reporter from the fictional newspaper The D...

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