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The Day – Should newspapers remove the term “Op-Ed”? Yes

This appeared in Editor and publisher Magazine. While change can be difficult, the New York Times’ decision to remove the term “Op-Ed” promotes clear communication with a new generation of readers and is a step other newspapers should consider taking. Originally derived from the location of the article opposite a …

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10 reasons to work for a student newspaper

Attending college is one of the steps on the path to establishing a career. Coincidentally, the activities you participate in and the organizations you join can impact your next steps. Therefore, if you are looking for ways to broaden your horizons while studying, consider writing for the student journal. According …

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Westlake plans multi-purpose lakefront fitness trail

Artist’s impression of the entrance to the Westlake Fitness Park project. A site plan for a mile-long 39-acre lakeside wellness and fitness trail just off Seminole Pratt Whitney Road was approved on Monday July 12 by Westlake City Council . This was one of the many quality of life issues …

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Wildfires threaten homes and land in 10 western states

Pete Caster / Lewiston Tribune via AP Wildland firefighters watch and take video with their cellphones as a plane drops fire retardant on Harlow Ridge above Lick Creek Fire, southwest of Asotin, Wash., Monday, July 12, 2021. L The blaze, which started last Wednesday, has now burned down 50,000 acres …

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