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James Foley and Steven Sotloff had one thing in common
Updated: Friday, September 29 2017 | Published: October 2016
More than three years has passed since two American journalists, James Foley and Steven Sotloff, were executed by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
In August 2014, ISIS released the video “A Message to America,” in which Foley wearing orange jumpsuit was kneeling next to a masked jihadist in black. Foley got beheaded at the end of the video, as a warning to the U.S. military intervention against ISIS.
The first question people always ask to a DACA recipient is “why don’t you become legal?”
Third-year Meredith student Leslie Arreaza gets a lot of questions from people after they know she is an undocumented immigrant.
But the first question people always ask is “why don’t you become legal?”
Exploring the worthiness of higher education in journalism
Columbia University’s School of Journalism recently introduced a new graduate program in data journalism, which is estimated to cost $147,514 for a year.
Getting a master’s degree in journalism from this renowned private university amounts to the cost of owning a luxury car. Continue reading “Is a master’s degree in journalism worth it?”
The definition of terrorism in the media
Soon after the Quebec mosque attack which took place earlier this year, Fox News tweeted that suspect was Mohamed Belkhadir of Moroccan origin, without mentioning the other suspect, a French Canadian Alexandre Bissonnette. Continue reading “The Power of Feeding Fear”
Inspiring stories from College Media Association convention
The Metropolitan Ballroom at Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel buzzed with young and diverse college students with hopes of winning the big media life. Continue reading “Message to Millennials: Successful New Yorkers’ Advice”