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Poor news coverage a result of poor consumption

Allison Bolgiano

November 4, 2010


Filed under Columnists, OPINION

The public's assessment of the accuracy of news stories hit a two decade low in 2009 according to Pew Center research. A meager 29 percent of Americans think that news organizations generally get the facts straight, while 63 percent think that stories are often inaccurate. While the Pew Center data suggests...

Comparing the Pio with my Chinese university newspaper

Comparing the Pio with my Chinese university newspaper

Rensi Ke

December 7, 2009


Filed under Opinion Highlight

I applied to be a columnist mainly to explore how it feels to work with an American college newspaper. But a  comparison of The Pioneer and The STU Journal, Shantou University's newspaper where I worked for my first two university  years as a student reporter, needs more than the  columnist ex...

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