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News Analysis: Journalism for the People

News Analysis: Journalism for the People

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under COLUMNS

Deputy News Editor Sayer Devlin discusses an event recently held by the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute and how it reflects the current state of journalism.

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The World According to Rachel: On Traveling Standby

The World According to Rachel: On Traveling Standby

Rachel Ruecker, Senior Editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under COLUMNS

Senior editor Rachel Ruecker discusses the stresses of flying standby.

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The World According to Rachel: On Community

The World According to Rachel: On Community

Rachel Ruecker, Senior Editor
March 9, 2017
Filed under COLUMNS, FEATURES

Senior editor Rachel Ruecker discusses the complexities of finding community while studying in New York.

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Love, Sex and All the Rest: Head and the Timing of Sex

Love, Sex and All the Rest: Head and the Timing of Sex

April 22, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

This week, X and O give the lowdown on oral sex and the various 'bases' of a relationship.

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Love, Sex and All the Rest: Sex Positions and Numbers

Love, Sex and All the Rest: Sex Positions and Numbers

April 14, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

This week, we're talking sex positions and how many people you've slept with.

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Love, Sex and All the Rest: Intro

Love, Sex and All the Rest: Intro

March 31, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

The first installment of a weekly column that will cover everything you never thought you needed to know about love, sex and everything else.

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I Tried…Cutting Black Out of My Wardrobe

I Tried…Cutting Black Out of My Wardrobe

Camille Larkins, Contributing Writer
March 27, 2016
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

The latest in "I Tried..." celebrates spring style with a wardrobe test: eliminating all black clothing from the wardrobe.

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Best ways Mets fans can enjoy postseason lull

Best ways Mets fans can enjoy postseason lull

November 6, 2013
Filed under SPORTS

The New York Mets season ended over one month ago, and now baseball playoffs are also over. While the Mets won't start the next season until March 31, offseason trade and free agent acquisition rumors are starting to bubble. The Mets have not made the postseason since 2006. Next year is anticipated t...

As championship approaches, Red Sox become league favorite

As championship approaches, Red Sox become league favorite

October 9, 2013
Filed under Editor's Picks, SPORTS

For many sports fans, October means one thing — the Major League Baseball playoffs. At month’s end, a new champion will be crowned in the 2013 edition of the World Series. In the beginning, there were 10. Of these teams, the once overlooked Boston Red Sox have emerged as favorites to advance to th...

European soccer popularity increases across U.S.

European soccer popularity increases across U.S.

September 17, 2013
Filed under SPORTS

With the turning of the seasons from summer to autumn, we collectively recognize the return of another season of football. In recent years, however, it’s not just the kind of football played on the gridiron with touchdowns and field goals that American sports fans are growing excited for. In...

Economics of sports superstars not always justified

Economics of sports superstars not always justified

September 11, 2013
Filed under SPORTS

The vast majority of the population would be absolutely astonished if they knew how expansive and profitable the professional sports industry is across the world. Plunkett Research Ltd. estimates that the business grosses about $440 to $470 billion annually. This number includes professional ...

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