Je Suis Charlie, I Can Say That..Right?

May 2, 2015
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Shots rang out, and France entered a new stage in the war on terror Events like the Charlie Hebdo attack are covered extensively by media outlets around the world. In a day where everyone¬†is connected through social media and news is shared 160 characters at a time audiences have gained bigger appetites for information and […]

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Religion: A tool of history or just a simple belief?

May 2, 2015
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Originally posted on unoconnorb:
I come to ask myself if religion is good or bad in some hands. I will show many examples and articles of religion. How people act due to religion, and in the wrong hands it is a tool. But to me, as a 22 year old American, religion is just a…

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Chapel Hill: Was it a Hate Crime?

May 2, 2015
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Introduction On a chilly February afternoon, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, a student at NC State, decided to visit her sister and brother-in-law at their home in Chapel Hill after her class was let out. According to the New York Times, around 5:11 p.m. a women getting off the bus, near the condominiums where newlyweds Yusor Mohammad […]

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Religions with Sex marriage in USA

May 2, 2015
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Here is my final project about homosexual relationship and same sex marriage in USA religions. People often talk about this topic and it is always focused on people who are heterosexual. Until 2015, there are 36 out of 50 states allowed to gay marriage is legal and rest of states still with constitutional bans on […]

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Buddhism in Modern News by Cody Tromler

May 2, 2015
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Summary: Covering any religious topic is extremely hard, as a Journalist myself I can attest to that. We are taught to report only the facts in as non biased a way as possible. However when it comes to the subject of Buddhism there seem to be some rather polarizing schools of thought when it comes […]

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The Battle Over The Pledge of Allegiance

May 2, 2015
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Rachel Slavik If there is one thing everyone learned in their 7th grade history class, it is that The United States was a country founded from those fleeing persecution of religion in their own country. Even in 1791, America added the first amendment prohibiting any law regarding an established religion or impeding on the free […]

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Final Project: Women’s Mosque of America.

May 2, 2015
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Introduction ¬†This project will focus on the topic “Women’s Mosque of America” which is obviously an Islamic coverage. In this work, more detail will be given in the analysis by looking at the impressions the heading gives overall in the articles viewed, at the beginning also in relation to this topic. After looking at this, […]

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