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Breaking the story

Pursuing the truth is a daunting task, but journalists through the ages have shown results for their grit and persistence

The first damning article appeared on the New York Times on June 13, 1971. The headline read, “Vietnam Archive: Pentagon Study Traces Three Decades of Growing US Involvement.” It revealed that The New York Times is in possession of pages

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How to be a hack

From one hack to another, a step-by-step guide on how to improve your social status, your internship prospects and your legacy at Trinity

With the election campaigns for next year’s Students’ Union Officers finally coming to an end, the swarm of hacks present on campus in recent weeks has finally dispersed. Some of the most influential names on campus have been brought to

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InstaEssays: the innovative photojournalism of the future

Instagram, the largest photo-sharing platform in the world, can be used for so much more. Just ask anyone who writes InstaEssays, the latest investigation of human empathy in the marrying of pictures and words.

COMMENTInstagram isn’t just for sharing photos of cappuccinos and cats anymore.

Last term, all it took were three weeks of classes guided by visiting professor and writer Jeff Sharlet for the entire class of English students to realize that Instagram

National Media Conference 2013: A round up

James Prendergast

Staff Writer

The Irish Times editor, Kevin O’Sullivan, has warned student journalists not to engage in “muck-raking.” Student writers have a tendency, O’Sullivan claimed, to be “delightfully oblivious” to defamation rules. Their actions could put student media at …

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