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A tale of two Inkblotters: What we learned behind the paper

A tale of two Inkblotters: What we learned behind the paper

June 17, 2016


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Horace Greeley, a 19th-century editor of the New York Tribune, once said that “Journalism will kill you, but it will keep you alive while you’re at it.” And that’s what journalism does for me. This practice is a strange one. It’s a stress-builder and a time-consumer, but it’s also the ...

Top spot is demanding, but still rewarding

Top spot is demanding, but still rewarding

June 18, 2014


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By GINA TALAMO and MARY SAYDAH   When we started our time at The Inkblot, our first project was hot-gluing Santa hats onto cardboard cut-outs of bowling pins. As unknowing freshmen, this was our first impression of the paper: Mrs. Mulshine assigning us to advertise for the paper’s yearly Bowl-a-...

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