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Summer 2016
Ronald Evans
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Journalism isn't a dying profession. It's an evolving profession By Ronald Evans

Today we watched Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. He covered the issue of Journalism and how it is a profession losing its value. We noticed that some rich people bought big name city publications to mostly gain a boost of popularity and safety regarding their names. 

They're trying to "funnel" news all online and social media with their latest creation, Tronc. Tronc Inc. is an American newspaper print and online media…

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Posted on August 10, 2016 at 1:30pm

Another day with Professor Montgomery By Ronald Evans

Yesterday Professor Montgomery came back to us for the final visit. We all gathered and discussed our stories and helped each other better our story. Although it was positive feedback we received, our deadline is approaching faster than we expect and it's time to wrap up our stories. Every time Professor Montgomery comes to the classroom, he always gives us helpful and useful skills that will better us as journalists and students. He never gives up on teaching us.…

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Posted on August 3, 2016 at 2:00pm

A day in Pilsen: More than just 18th street By Ronald Evans

Today we took a trip to the Pilsen neighborhood. While we were there, we also took a miniature tour around the neighborhood to look at the murals there. The murals in Pilsen are iconic because they honor people that were a good influence upon the Mexican culture and…

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Posted on July 27, 2016 at 3:00pm

Indo-American heritage in chicago By Ronald Evans

Today we took a trip to the Indo-American heritage museum. It's a community organization that provides service to the community. As we know Chicago is very segregated. And the Indian culture became established on Devon Avenue. Dorothy Shaw explains the purpose of the Indian culture to the community and for them to have a better understanding of the Indo-American connection here in Chicago.

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Posted on July 26, 2016 at 9:30am

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