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Charmoli Infographic

  The infographic I chose is from the New York Times about the Olympics.  When I pulled it up, I thought it was cool because A) I’m obsessed with the Olympics and B) because it was so reader/viewer friendly.  The

Charmoli Infographic

  The infographic I chose is from the New York Times about the Olympics.  When I pulled it up, I thought it was cool because A) I’m obsessed with the Olympics and B) because it was so reader/viewer friendly.  The

Charmoli – Nut Grafs

The story that I chose to use its nut graf was about the ex-mayor of San Diego and her $1 billion gambling spree financed by her husband’s charity written by Jennifer Medina of The New York Times. “Maureen O’Connor, 66,

Charmoli – Nut Grafs

The story that I chose to use its nut graf was about the ex-mayor of San Diego and her $1 billion gambling spree financed by her husband’s charity written by Jennifer Medina of The New York Times. “Maureen O’Connor, 66,

High School Boys Gymnastics Disappearing

http://www.andovertownsman.com/local/x730436493/Boys-gymnastics-pummeled In this article, Judy Wakefield discusses how the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Board of Directors has decided to get rid of boys gymnastics as an official MIAA sport, and therefore, will be eliminated from seven high schools in the

High School Boys Gymnastics Disappearing

http://www.andovertownsman.com/local/x730436493/Boys-gymnastics-pummeled In this article, Judy Wakefield discusses how the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Board of Directors has decided to get rid of boys gymnastics as an official MIAA sport, and therefore, will be eliminated from seven high schools in the

How I Feel About My Beat

In terms of how I define my beat, I want it to be more than meets the eye.  So much of the coverage on UGA gymnastics is about wins and losses or when the next home meet is, nothing more.

How I Feel About My Beat

In terms of how I define my beat, I want it to be more than meets the eye.  So much of the coverage on UGA gymnastics is about wins and losses or when the next home meet is, nothing more.