CNN Layoffs Inspired Something Amazing

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There’s been a series of layoffs going down at CNN’s Atlanta headquarters. Many talented journalists who spent decades working in CNN’s newsroom are being shown the door due to “reshaping for the digital future”. These are newsroom veterans now facing #Funemployment as parent company Time Warner seeks to boost its profitability. The people who are… Read more »

Top 12 of 2012

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Here’s to…well…365 days of anything goes. Perhaps all of America can agree: 2012 was a year of uncertainty. What would happen if the Republicans win the Presidency? How bad will the economy plummet if President Obama is re-elected? Why did Miley do that to her hair? And who is this Skrillex and how does his… Read more »

The Red & Black Needs Help

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The University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication experienced two great tragedies this year. The first was when long-time professor, Conrad Fink, passed away. Fink left behind a legacy spanning 80 years of fantastic journalism with almost three decades of teaching us young “rascals” of the world to become decent reporters, editors… Read more »

The Red & Black’s Dire Position

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Editor’s Note: was created on the premise of spreading good news across the South. In these dark times of demise regarding our First Amendment rights, it was our duty to publish the sentiments of one of our own contributors. I, Polina Marinova, have resigned as the editor-in-chief from The Red & Black, the student… Read more »

Is D.C. Southern?

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Although I’ve lived in the D.C. area for exactly a month now, I still don’t know where I am. Am I in the North? Or am I still in the South? Well after a month’s worth of observations, I’ve concluded that I’m still in a Southern city where most people prefer Coke over Pepsi and… Read more »