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It’s not just apples that keep the doctor away; what research is telling us about the healing benefits of nature

A young boy at Mott’s Children’s Hospital high-fives a special guest visitor from the Detroit Zoo in the Family Center             It’s early March; the snow’s just melted and the promise of spring hangs in the air. In the courtyard outside Mott’s Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, Shannan Shaw’s two-year-old daughter, […]

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I Believe Reflection

1. I believe that the future of news leans heavily toward polarized online articles. 2. I believe that the biggest opportunity facing news organizations today is that the internet allows so much more sharing of information and journalists get to reach significantly more people in a wider region. 3. I believe that my greatest strength […]

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EcoReview: Take Your Carbon Footprint Out To Dinner

Rachel Beglin, Parker Garman, Clare Hudock Knight News Challenge Application Project Title: “EcoReview: Take Your Carbon Footprint Out To Dinner” Requested Amount: $25,000 Expected Amount of Time to Complete the Project: 6 months Project Description If you have ever found yourself wondering what your environmental impact is at the restaurants where you eat and drink, […]

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Sexual Assault: Two sides of the story?

When it comes to sexual assault, there can be a lot of conflicting reads. On the one hand, journalists produce statistics that say that 22.5% of undergraduate women at the University of Michigan have been sexually assaulted. But journalists simultaneously draw a good deal of attention to cases like that of Drew Sterrett from the […]

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