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New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof shares horrific stories of the Sudanese genocide to spur response. by Karin Fleming ’09

The photo is of the skeletal remains of a teenage girl. Her hands are still bound at the wrists and twisted behind her back; her body is still crouched in the ditch...

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Photographer-artist Chris Jordan puts a graphic face on waste. by Greg Ryan ’08

From six or seven feet away, the image appears to be a bountiful forest, abundant with slim, striated trees. Move a few feet closer, though, and you’ll realize the trees are actually enormous stacks of the 1.14 million supermarket paper bags...

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Five cinema and photography majors took home the Audience Choice Award at the Lake Placid Film Forum's Sleepless in Lake Placid 24-hour film contest this summer.

Greg Dunbar '10, Casey Dwyer '10, Andrew Kalicki '10, Ayshea Khan '11, and Michael Sutter '11 were required to conceptualize, cast, write, shoot, edit, score, and distribute a...

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Renowned media critic Jeff Cohen leads venture.  by Karin Fleming ’09

“Journalism is not [just found in] newspapers,” says Dianne Lynch, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications. “If we were starting journalism today and deciding the best way to deliver dynamic, interactive, breaking information...

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Now three writers in different genres will come to campus each semester, starting with Robert Olen Butler. by Greg Ryan '08

It’s not every day a Pulitzer Prize winner compliments your writing. Aspiring writer Evan Perriello ’08 knows what it feels like, though. In a master class conducted by Robert Olen Butler at the...

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