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My Top Three Takeaways From The #CronkiteLuncheon with Anderson Cooper

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One of the biggest names in journalism, Anderson Cooper received the 2018 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism on Wednesday Oct 17th, 2018 in a ceremony held at Sheraton grand Phoenix hotel.… Continue reading

LEBANON: 1001 Nights of Civilizations

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Lebanon’s earliest evidence of civilization is as old as mankind. It dates back to periods predating recorded history; and with over 5,000 years of recorded history, the country is a treasure trove of archaeological… Continue reading

A Tribute to a Fallen Friend

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Loss, friendship and the gift of memory On Saturday, 20 October 2018, I was getting ready to go outside and take a walk. I had been indoors most of the day. I was… Continue reading

Counting down the days … 3….2…. Washington DC

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Lincoln Memorial. SBORISOV GETTY IMAGES The Global Leadership Forum is one of the programs we, Humphrey fellows, participate in during our stay in the United States. A few weeks ago, we (ASU Cronkite fellows)… 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

From Suburbs to City

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By: Hope O’Brien Never could I have imagined waking up every morning and walking out of a small condo on the corner of Fillmore only to have to look up to see the… Continue reading

Líneas Erradas

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By: Olivia Richard   El mundo que veo está formado por líneas erradas.   Una serie de venas y capilares que bulliciosamente corren debajo de la tierra – una sola fractura que crea… Continue reading

Faultlines

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A poem by: Olivia Richard The world I see is made up of fault lines.   A series of veins and capillaries that boisterously run beneath the earth – a single fracture creating a… Continue reading

Thousands gather in Mesa to support President Donald Trump

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President Donald Trump supporters turned out in droves for his Mesa rally, and so did Humphrey fellows of Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. During the rally just few protesters were spotted… Continue reading

Anderson Cooper: Individuals make a difference

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Photo by Kevin Hurley | The State Press Anderson Cooper accepts the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. Photo… Continue reading

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