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Alumni share career advice with aspiring writers – The Signal

By Garrett CecereEditor-in-Chief When Matt Huston (’12) got one of his first internships at The Philadelphia Inquirer during college, he was surprised by how little assistance he had from his boss. The journalists discuss their lives after graduation (Photo courtesy of Emilie Lounsberry). “There are some internships where they’ll … throw you in the deep …

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Sports Illustrated cuts editors, writers – The Oswegonian

In the era of “fake news” and shrinking media sources, name-recognition has become vital for media consumers to decipher what stories are credible. While sports are not the same intensity as politics when it comes to a need for a lack of bias, credibility is still important.  Last Thursday, Oct. 3, the world of sports …

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Best Tablets For Writers To Buying In 2019 (June Updated)

A pen and a paper for a writer is like a white canvas for a painter. With the advancement in technology, traditional methods of writing such as notebooks and typewriters have replaced digital techniques such as Google doc, and tablets. In the present times, people rely heavily on their smartphones, tablets, and laptops to move …

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Local writing groups to host 2019 NWGA Writers Conference in Calhoun | Local News

The Calhoun Area Writers and the Rome Area Writers have joined forces to host the 2019 Northwest Georgia Writers Conference, which will be held Nov. 1 and 2 at Rock Bridge Community Church in Calhoun. “Last year’s conference was a huge success, and this year’s conference will be even better,” said Karli Land, founder and …

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