Tag Archives: #NYTimes

Looking Back on Zika a Year Later

This New York Times article¬†tells about how the response to the Zika epidemic left us with more questions than answers. The article speaks to¬†the dangers we are facing now that there was not a coherent way in which the epidemic was handled. Because tourists and residents were given different advice on how to avoid contracting […]

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Early Turnout Tilts Toward Democrats in Swing States

This New York Times article, by Jeremy Peters and Matt Flegenheimer, analyzes the current rates of Democrats and Republicans who have cast early votes. Looking at these turn out numbers, they are able to make predictions about the final results in some of the most important states in the election. Overall, I thought this article […]

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Sexual Assault on Airplanes

Karen Schwartz does a great job reporting in her New York Times article “Recent Incidents Put a New Focus on Sexual Assault on Airplanes.” I chose this article because of its unique approach to covering sexual assault. Though sexual assault has been an increasingly covered topic by the media, stories frequently feature incidents on college […]

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New York Times: Enjoyable Reading, but is it Fair Reporting?

There is a controversy in my family: NYTimes or Wall Street Journal? I enjoy reading the NYTimes. I am a liberal Democrat and believe the NYTimes supports government action. My grandparents enjoy reading the Wall Street Journal. They are conservative Tea Party-ers and believe the Wall Street Journal supports business. While this is only an […]

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