Ethics in journalism: a relic of the past or the basis for the future?

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Alla Nadezhkina  Profession of journalist gives the right to make public court on behalf of the society covering various phenomenon and events. During his work journalist affects the interests of many people and… Continue reading

Straighten up and take a walk

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I will be mixing up two different topics here – global mindset and characteristics & skills I lack or have to make my business/project/baby rolling. As a Humphrey fellow I took a test by… Continue reading

Of Lead, Nicotine, and Other Poisons

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Alarmist, exaggerated, and over the top are but a few of the many adjectives that can be used to describe news reports on everyday items that allegedly cause severe health effects. Whether it’s… Continue reading

Should Journalists Vote?

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By Rajneesh Bhandari With the electoral Iowa caucus held on Monday, United States presidential election 2016 is on full swing. In Iowa, Ted Cruz won from the republican candidates whereas Bernie Sanders and… Continue reading

Proud of my political choice

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I don’t remember her name but she was sitting across the lunch table last week in Tempe and proudly telling us how she will be participating in the Iowa caucuses. It is her… Continue reading

Let the best win…

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Alla Nadezhkina Frankly, the person who is uninitiated into the details of the American political system, it is very difficult to understand what is happening on the battlefield for the seat in the… Continue reading

Book review: Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull

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By Miguel Otárola Living your life based on the quotes of other people doesn’t offer much room for flexibility. The same goes for leadership. I know there is not one specific formula to… Continue reading

Some realism in leadership

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By Marta Cerava An easy choice this time Seems that most of the choices I have to make takes a village.. . However this time I decided to rely on my most beloved magazine… Continue reading

Getting There

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How exactly do you get there? By “there” I mean the height of your career and that stage in your life when you can confidently say you’re “successful.” Then again these sound like… Continue reading

Drive, The (Not So Surprising) Truth About What Motivates Us

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Before I read my book, Drive, by Daniel Pink, I had seen a Ted Talk of his online that fascinated me. In his talk he makes pretty bold statements about how everything businesses… Continue reading

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