Monthly Archives: September 2013

Who are the experts on “Senseless Tragedies”?

After talking in class today about the coverage of mass shootings in our country, I remembered the popularity of a blog post from a mother right after the events at Sandy Hook. While the majority of news coverage focused on … Continue reading

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We love to hate the racists…

From Poynter.org: “Too bad no one as powerful as BuzzFeed aggregated the most joyful reactions to Davuluri winning the crown.”

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International Arms Trade Treaty

In the Washington Post article ‘U.S. to sign international Arms Trade Treaty, over protests of the NRA’ written by Karen DeYoung, she states that “The treaty… requires countries to put in place a system for keeping track of transfers of … Continue reading

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CNN’s Navy Yard shooting coverage

Basing my search for what to post about this week off of the spot-on Daily Show clip we saw in class last Thursday, here’s a CNN story, updated last Tuesday, actually called “Navy Yard shooting: What we know and don’t … Continue reading

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