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Ann Arbor’s Tobacco Age Limit: Is It Working?

The street corner outside of Good Time Charley’s around one o’clock in the morning is littered with circles of people smoking cigarettes. To bum a cigarette off these tiers of people: simple. To take a picture of them smoking? Not so easy. When asked if they would be willing to have their picture taken for […]

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I Believe, Reprise

Looking back on my answers, I was surprised to see not too much has changed in my thoughts about news. I think the most interesting response is to “The greatest challenge as a journalist is…” to which I replied, “Writing about something I am passionate about while still presenting both sides equally.” I think this is […]

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Composting Correctly on Campus

Hallie Averbach Manny Dhillon Emily Hotaling   Requested Amount: $150,000 Expected Amount of time to Complete Project: 11 months Describe your Project:  The first phase of our project is to increase the amount of recycling bins and compost bins on campus. While recycling bins are already in large presence, there could still be an increase […]

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Scientific Journalism: Discussing Climate Change

In this article by David Abel, he writes about the difference in understanding of climate change between meteorologists and climate scientists. Though overall I thought this was an interesting and relatively unbiased article, I do not think it was as effective as it could have been. He opens the article with “They” and he does […]

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