Monthly Archives: April 2012

Another from Nicholas Kristof

He takes on the pope on behalf of nuns (from April 28). Here’s a sample from the column: So, Pope Benedict, all I can say is: You are crazy to mess with nuns. The Vatican issued a stinging reprimand of … Continue reading

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Read Nicholas Kristof

Here are a few columns that will show you the breadth of his work: Sex trafficking in the United States Inside an egg factory farm How a poor student from Sudan made it to Yale How Lady Gaga is attacking … Continue reading

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Maneater discussion continued

In case you have not read it on the Missourian site, Sandy Davidson has written a fine commentary on free speech. The letter from the Student Press Law Center to the vice chancellor is also quite instructive about the potential … Continue reading

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In the public interest

How’s it going? I know: It’s been a very long time since I’ve blogged. I’m blaming my silence on the length of time it has taken me to get a sense of journalism in the UK, and what I might … Continue reading

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Stories about stories

Jacqui Banaszynski comes to class tomorrow (4/3) to talk about narrative writing. She’s terrific — you’ll be inspired. On Thursday, one of her Intermediate Writing students will talk about a prize-winning story he developed in her class. Please read it … Continue reading

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