Tag Archives: The Boston Globe

Faculty presentations demonstrate innovative thinking

Northeastern University’s College of Arts, Media and Design hosted two events on Tuesday to celebrate the creation of the new college. Instead of attending Professor Kennedy’s class, he invited us to the morning event. After Dean Xavier Costa’s welcome, 14 … Continue reading

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A different way to tell a story

To my generation that has grown up with GPS systems, maps are scary. But maps tell stories in a new way. They allow journalists to share stories visually and in an uncomplicated manner. When a newspaper’s website provides maps to … Continue reading

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Twitter-twatter

To be honest, I was anti-Twitter until two months ago. With the popularity of Facebook, I thought for sure Twitter would be a short-lived fad, similar to the Furbies from my childhood. My roommate, Erin Kelly, made a Twitter account … Continue reading

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Journalists must have a complete set of skills

Emily Sweeney, who has been a staff reporter for The Boston Globe since 2001, visited our class on Friday to talk about her experiences as a multimedia journalist. She writes stories for the paper and┬áproduces videos for the Internet and … Continue reading

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My media must reads

I created this beat with the intent of focusing on hard news stories. But I don’t want to limit my reading and research from other possible news interests – travel, arts, entertainment, culture, health, technology, business and the like. After … Continue reading

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