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Q&A with Stephen King

By Virginia Rice I am interested in the question and answer interview with Stephen King by Gilbert Cruz because I grew up watching his movies and reading his books. In my kitchen across the top shelf sits every book he … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Justin Bieber Takes Over Pop Music

By: Brooke Brown In Claire Suddath’s feature story in Time Magazine on the new 16-year-old pop megastar Justin Bieber, Suddath takes an interesting angle. She takes the overwhelming success of the musical sensation and compares his rise to fame with that … Continue reading

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Reed’s Media Analysis

For my analysis, I chose an article from Time entitled “Europe’s Education Crisis: College Costs Soar.” The piece, written by Meg Handley, an editorial intern at Time Magazine, is a look at the European educational system, and its increased budget … Continue reading

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Brooke’s media analysis

The article I analyzed was online for Time magazine, Coming Home by Peter Van Agtmael. It is an intriguing and heartbreaking profile of a fallen soldier, but the way this article was written and presented is what I focused on. … Continue reading

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Students Prefer Facebook To News, Survey Says

Survey concludes that students are more likely to read friends’ status updates than headlines By: Sawley Vickrey Signs that the news media are losing touch with this generation of young adults can be found on a college campus. An informal … Continue reading

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Students choose Facebook over any other media

Surveyed U of O students don’t take interest in news By: Jaimie Goldstein EUGENE—Students at the University of Oregon spend hours online, but not reading headlines—they’re reading status updates on Facebook.             In an unscientific survey of 10 freshman and/or … Continue reading

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