Today’s wiffle ball game pitted President M. Lee Pelton, the baseball team, and the Beacon’s own Mallory Meyer against journalism professors and the softball team. After the hourlong match filled with some collisions…
… (Pelton was out), and also some great hits by faculty members …
… Pelton and the baseball team triumphed, winning 5-4.
By Ryan Catalani / Beacon Staff.
Oral argument audio recording form March 26, 2013. Via www.supremecourt.gov
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Give it a listen, folks.
Though a new law will mandate that children from the ages of 6 to 14 be in school, some 28 million are working instead, Unicef says.
Our brains were shaped and sharpened by movement, an emerging view of human evolution goes, and we continue to require regular physical activity in order for our brains to function optimally.
How to safely answer the question: How do you know that?
Like there are people who enjoy listening to music but do not sing, I enjoy watching documentaries but never thought of making one. Reading this text has inspired me to turn a concept close to my heart into real.
The caption of the first photo can explain it all to its readers.
A good story….
The idea of backpack journalism suddenly makes sense to me. As Al said, it emerged out of the 2007-2009 economic crisis. Millions of people, good people found themselves unemployed in what seemed like the blink of an eye. We all remember it. Freddie Mac was placed under the control of the…
I thought Aim for the Heart, Chapter 4, Write Inviting Leads, was a mixed bag (cliché intended). There are definitely some helpful and important lessons in this chapter then I thought the author, Al Tompkins, just started airing his grievances and pet peeves about writing. But the good stuff is helpful and appropriately stresses the importance of the lead.