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Is Any Press Really Good Press?

It has been said that any press is good press, but can that honestly be true? Looking at the paparazzi, we can learn a lot about our society and what we value today. A photograph of a popular celebrity may … Continue reading

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Don’t Just Research, Study!

Shouldn’t journalist study more than journalism? In general, those who study in this subject know that this field of study is competitive. I have always believed, studying more than journalism is key for more career opportunities. In fact, most magazine … Continue reading

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Blog 3: How design and content have changed front pages

Photograph taken by Alex Barth An issue of The Daily Titan about two weeks ago featured a full front page picture with no articles. The photo was a colorful depiction of a tattoo as well as the preface for the … Continue reading

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Why Pictures Are Worth a Thousand Words

Most readers enjoy reading newspapers or any other form of journalism with pictures. More than words, pictures have the ability to give readers a better idea on what’s going on. Pictures allow readers to actually see what’s happening in a … Continue reading

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