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This blog was last updated during Summer 2013 semester.

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Edward Snowden

Written by Joe Lteif Edward Snowden was a new name for me but when typed on the google search bar, his name was popularly the first that popped up. The face of his was one I had seen in the … Continue reading

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Snowden’s Snowball

By Thierry Peters Edward Snowden has violently rocked the dark and mysterious world of covert intelligence, exposing the government’s overreaching powers and catching the NSA in the act.  He has been called a narcissist, a loner, a traitor, and a … Continue reading

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Last Writing Assignment

The U.S. government spying on its own country has always been a recurring issue. Cartoonists and journalists have won Pulitzer awards for dramatizing this problem. The fact that Edward Snowden has proved that the American government has been spying on … Continue reading

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Snowden: justified in his actions

By Elise Pattison What Edward Snowden did was good for the country. What he leaked was vital information that the public deserved to know. If what the government is doing is unconstitutional, then Snowden was surely right to let the … Continue reading

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A day with Stephanie Hayes

By Elise Pattison A young blonde woman sat at her desk on a bright Friday morning, holding a coffee cup proclaiming, “Write Like a Motherf—er” and avidly describing her job. Stephanie Hayes is a beat reporter for the Tampa Bay … Continue reading

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A Young Journalist in an Old Building

If Stephanie Hayes were a color, she would be bold red, like her lipstick. Hints of red are scattered around her cubicle. There is her white mug with red letters that reads, “Write like a motherf…” Certainly inspiring. And even … Continue reading

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