digital journalism: A student’s insight

“I would recommend Digital Journalism to anybody remotely interested in writing/journalism as I can ensure you that this class will cultivate your writing enjoyment and skill”.

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BOOK REVIEWS

  1. Artemis Set on the moon in the near future, a small-time earth-to-moon smuggler becomes a criminal mastermind as she accepts a job from an eccentric-billionaire rich. The 5th Wave After the 1st wave, only darkness remains. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. And after the 3rd, only the unlucky survive. After the […]

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Crazy Rich Asians: rom-com gold or Corny Cliché?

Based on a global bestseller, Rachel, a New York economics professor, dates a man named Nick and looks forward to meeting his family. However, she is shaken up when she learns that Nick belongs to one of the richest families in Singapore.  Max Jacobson’s Review: I didn’t want to like this cuz I heard it […]

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Aquaman Sinks Like A Stone

“Decent” is maybe the best way to summarize a cheesy, predictable, and over the top superhero movie. Aquaman is perfect for viewers that enjoy impressive cinematography and flashy colors”

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The Shawshank Redemption: A Screen Classic

Anonymous’s Review: First place at IMDb? Well, honestly, I think it’s a little over the top. I enjoyed watching this film. It is an exciting and entertaining story.  The film includes great characters who are portrayed by even better actors such as Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The plot, music and the message of the […]

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System Change – Not Climate Change

We call ourselves climate activists. We attend climate marches. We pronounce our commitment to sustainability on our Instagram stories. But mostly, it’s a lie. We still take cars to school; fly to exotic destinations for beach holidays; forget to turn off the lights; eat beef from Argentina; stand under steaming showers for 20 minutes. Our […]

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