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Managing Editor and contributing writer Christina Graw discusses difficulties in reporting tough stories

I absolutely love being a reporter. No day or assignment is the same. I get the opportunity to meet all kinds of fascinating people and hear their stories. Unfortunately, reporting is not always easy or fun. Sometimes, the stories reporters cover are controversial. We are forced to ask questions that make people feel uncomfortable. The […]

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Women Basketball’s coach’s resignation impacts story

In our first Aviso meeting of the New Year we had planned three articles for the first issue of the year for my sports section. The articles were the NAIA Scholar Athletes article (which thankfully made it to print), a preview of the Indoor Track and Field season (which fell apart because my writer was […]

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Language barriers and cultural differences in interviewing

Something I love about journalism is getting to meet and hear the stories of people I may have never had the opportunity to meet otherwise. With the Educators from China studying among students article, this was especially the case.  As with any article, I began the research…but quickly realized how much I did not know […]

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Reporters’ Blog allows writers to tell the story behind the story

New in January 2011, The Aviso’s Reporters’ Blog will provide space for writers to tell the story behind the story–how the story was obtained, additional information about the process of journalism, commentary on what constitutes quality journalism in the 21st century. Look here for comments from your favorite writers each week.

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