Monthly Archives: January 2004

<A HREF="http://news.com.com/2100-1028_3-5147748.html?tag=st_lh">Was President Clinton a Luddite?</A>

Of the 39,999,998 emails sent between staff of the Clinton whitehouse during his 8 years in office, a grand total of 2 were sent by the President himself. One of them may not actually qualify for electronic communication because it … Continue reading

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Lanthorn.com takes DII "Best Online Newspaper" second year in row

The Grand Valley Lanthorn, GVSU’s own student-run newspaper has won the Michigan Press Association/Michigan Collegiate Press Association’s Division II (weekly publications) “Best Online Newspaper” for the second year in a row. The results of the contest can be found in … Continue reading

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Student apologises for ‘foolish’ joke about bombs on US flight

Wow, I don’t think you can get any stupider than this. A British student apologised yesterday for joking that she was taking three bombs on board a flight in the United States. Police said she told a member of the … Continue reading

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the horse race media

I’m reading “The Rise and Fall of the Media Establishment” by Darrell M. West for my political science class. In it, while discussing “The Future of the Media”, he quotes Thomas Patterson, a contemporary critic of media political coverage. Patterson … Continue reading

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Will the media get it wrong again? New Hampshire caucus

Handicapping N.H.: Will Media Get It Wrong Again? As the Firesign Theatre said, “Everything you know is wrong.” This aptly applies to the performance of the media pundits so far in this election year. Most of them recently declared Vermont … Continue reading

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