Category Archive: Media

How South Asian media are covering US midterm?

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As the 2018 midterm election results are announced in the US, South Asian media are writing stories stating that the battle for the 2020 presidential elections have already kickstarted in America. Last month… Continue reading

Women are angry and justified

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“I Used to Insist I Didn’t Get Angry. Not Anymore.” This was an article published in The New York Times Magazine on female rage by Leslie Jamison. The article analyzed the history of… Continue reading

Salisu – Mission Statement

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To voice for the voiceless through advocacy and  production of well articulated broadcast and digital contents in line of professional standard,  that will promote; accessible, inclusive and empowered society of people with all… Continue reading

‘Becoming the voice of people’

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I am passionate about journalism because this provides me an opportunity to be the voice of the people. My goal is to enhance public service journalism by disseminating accurate information. Public service has… Continue reading

Benazir’s Mission

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I am a very strong willed, focused and curious person who has a great appreciation for diversity. I strive to improve my community which is one of the many other remote and ignored… Continue reading

Rula’s Mission Statement

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Living in an era of vast transformation, now more than ever, I am yearning to learn something new. I am ready to indulge in a revitalizing experience of discovering myself, as well as… Continue reading

Be Our Guest!

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It is often said that food brings people closer, so four international friends decided to put this to the test while sharing cooking tips and tricks. We began our cooking adventure listening to… Continue reading

Start With Why …then repeat

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The book, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek, is one of a few about leadership by The New York Times best-selling author. After a successful… Continue reading

Networking is Connecting

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There are a few ways to think about networking, but they all seem to fall into one of two ways of thinking: either networking is fun or networking is a task. From my… Continue reading

Three Simples Rules That Guide a Journalist

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A journalist’s code of ethics should be reduced to the same values that define you as a person, as a character. These are the main principles that I am trying to follow. 1)… Continue reading

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