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A Season in New York: Autumn 2010 By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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This is a collection of journalism by freelance reporters studying at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism during the autumn of 2010.
A Season in New York: Autumn 2010 By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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This is a collection of journalism by freelance reporters studying at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism during the autumn of 2010.
A Season in New York By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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A collection of journalism from New York City during the autumn of 2011.
A Season in New York: Autumn 2013 By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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This is a collection of stories from freelance writers studying for their master's degrees at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. These stories represent some -- but hardly all -- of their work... More > in the core reporting and writing class, Craft 1, taught by Professor Tim Harper.< Less
RISD Digital+Media Graduate Student Journal 2009 By Maralie Armstrong et al.
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This Journal brings together papers from students from the class of 2009 as they complete their final year of the MFA graduate program in Digital+Media at the Rhode Island School of Design. A wide... More > range of topics is covered, reflecting the inter-disciplinarity and breadth of student work in the department. The contributions are grouped along the key themes Form and Material, Digital Aesthetics, Cultural Connections, Site and Performance. They aim to communicate the specificity of the digital to a broader art and media audience, to provide a vivid documentation of the work and the process, and to situate the work in the wider art and media context, including contemporary and historic developments. This Journal is edited by Frauke Behrendt and Teri Rueb and more information about it is available at the Digital+Media website http://dm.risd.edu.< Less
The Mavericks' Education Journal By An Innovative Guide to Teaching
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The first issue of the Mavericks' Education Journal: An Innovative Guide to Teaching, a journal run by graduate students in the School of Education at Mercy College.
Mavericks' Education Journal By Volume 2 2013
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The second issue of The Mavericks' Education Journal: An Innovative Guide to Teaching, a journal produced by graduate students in the School of Education at Mercy College.
My Spiral Journal By Summer Hámori
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MSJ was named for a comment made by my English professor. This book is not a single story, but a composition of, well, MSJ. A collection of poems, passing musings, etc. It includes "The... More > Phases," a series of very brief stories depicting a woman's recovery from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by means of flooding, a behavioral technique, as well as multiple sacreligious items. At the time of its publication, I was eighteen, coming out of homelessness, trying to find a new job, as well as planning for college, having graduated from high school early. Any purchases made are therefore a grand help, since panhandling with the sign "not pretty enough to be a hooker" got me into a smidgen of legal trouble. Apparently it's okay to apply for forced help from your neighbors, but voluntary charity has since been banned because an eighty-five pound girl is "intimidating." That's another thing I ought to encase: this book is not theist friendly, nor is it something any liberal in his left mind will take as c. soup.< Less
My Spiral Journal By Summer Hámori
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MSJ was named for a comment made by my English professor. This book is not a single story, but a composition of, well, MSJ. A collection of poems, passing musings, etc. It includes "The... More > Phases," a series of very brief stories depicting a woman's recovery from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by means of flooding, a behavioral technique, as well as multiple sacreligious items. At the time of its publication, I was eighteen, coming out of homelessness, trying to find a new job, as well as planning for college, having graduated from high school early. Any purchases made are therefore a grand help, since panhandling with the sign "not pretty enough to be a hooker" got me into a smidgen of legal trouble. Apparently it's okay to apply for forced help from your neighbors, but voluntary charity has since been banned because an eighty-five pound girl is "intimidating." That's another thing I ought to encase: this book is not theist friendly, nor is it something any liberal in his left mind will take as c. soup.< Less
A Dish Best Served (A Journal Towards Madness) By J. Richard Singleton
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He was a nice young man, eager to enter high school with his whole life ahead of him as he approached the closing days of junior high--until the most popular girl in school, Dina Rigby, sets him up... More > for a public act of sexual humiliation. Vowing revenge, he concocts an increasingly elaborate plan for revenge, ultimately reaching its crescendo towards high school graduation.< Less