Author Archives: ekopp

John Branch Sesssion on “Punched Out”

John Branch spoke to a gaggle of Grady undergraduates Monday about a series of stories on the death of hockey enforcer Derek Boogaard called “Punched Out,” which earned a Pulitzer nomination for Best Feature Writing. Despite his obvious accomplishments Branch

John Branch Sesssion on “Punched Out”

John Branch spoke to a gaggle of Grady undergraduates Monday about a series of stories on the death of hockey enforcer Derek Boogaard called “Punched Out,” which earned a Pulitzer nomination for Best Feature Writing. Despite his obvious accomplishments Branch

Blog Post Four: Five Ledes

This article about Sheryl Sandberg is part mini-biographical, part anecdotal. It tells how Sandberg’s managerial strengths were evident from childhood as a lead in to her life story. It’s strong in that sense, but doesn’t really hint at the broader theme

Blog Post Four: Five Ledes

This article about Sheryl Sandberg is part mini-biographical, part anecdotal. It tells how Sandberg’s managerial strengths were evident from childhood as a lead in to her life story. It’s strong in that sense, but doesn’t really hint at the broader theme

Blog Post Seven: Dream Outlet – The Chicago Reporter

http://www.chicagoreporter.com/ Working at The Chicago Reporter would be a great gig in my eyes. The writing is more creative than AP style, but still maintains objectivity. The only normatives evident in its coverage are the ideas that poverty and racism

Blog Post Seven: Dream Outlet – The Chicago Reporter

http://www.chicagoreporter.com/ Working at The Chicago Reporter would be a great gig in my eyes. The writing is more creative than AP style, but still maintains objectivity. The only normatives evident in its coverage are the ideas that poverty and racism

Blog Post Five: Infographic (College Budget)

I like this infographic for a number of reasons. It’s attractive and informative. More importantly, it treats a frivolous topic  with quantitative objectivity. Most take it for granted that college students are strapped for cash, but this demonstrates that undergraduates

Blog Post Five: Infographic (College Budget)

I like this infographic for a number of reasons. It’s attractive and informative. More importantly, it treats a frivolous topic  with quantitative objectivity. Most take it for granted that college students are strapped for cash, but this demonstrates that undergraduates

Blog Six – Multimedia Critiques – Kopp

This Washington Post infographic is really cool. It is a high resolution photograph that maintains a decipherable quality (Look! Beyoncé is giving Debbie Wasserman Shultz the side-eye! Al Sharpton is mid-sneeze!) even as you zoom in closer and closer. Wash.

Blog Six – Multimedia Critiques – Kopp

This Washington Post infographic is really cool. It is a high resolution photograph that maintains a decipherable quality (Look! Beyoncé is giving Debbie Wasserman Shultz the side-eye! Al Sharpton is mid-sneeze!) even as you zoom in closer and closer. Wash.

Nut Graf: The Shooter

“What is much harder to understand is that a man with hundreds of successful war missions, one of the most decorated combat veterans of our age, who capped his career by terminating bin Laden, has no landing pad in civilian

Nut Graf: The Shooter

“What is much harder to understand is that a man with hundreds of successful war missions, one of the most decorated combat veterans of our age, who capped his career by terminating bin Laden, has no landing pad in civilian

Poli Beat Story: Broun Will Run!

Rep. Paul Broun will announce his intention to run for the seat that Sen. Chambliss is vacating at a news conference tomorrow afternoon. Broun’s wife first leaked word  to the Washington Post a week ago. According to the editor of

Poli Beat Story: Broun Will Run!

Rep. Paul Broun will announce his intention to run for the seat that Sen. Chambliss is vacating at a news conference tomorrow afternoon. Broun’s wife first leaked word  to the Washington Post a week ago. According to the editor of