Category Archives: Fellowship Blog

18 Jul
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Fellow Chicago Tribune Story: Hyde Park bookstore O’Gara & Wilson closes after decades in operation

Hyde Park bookstore O’Gara & Wilson closes after decades in operation Move to Indiana prompted, in part, by ‘toxic environment for small businesses,’ owner says Doug Wilson, owner of O’Gara and Wilson bookstore in the Hyde Park neighborhood, says a ...

17 Jul
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Fellow Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Story: Commentary: Another view of ‘Japan Is the Key …’

Commentary: Another view of ‘Japan Is the Key …’      A woodcut on paper by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849) is among the Japanese prints in an exhibit at Carnegie Museum of Art.     By Waqas Banoori Published ...

15 Jul
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Fellow Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Story: Book Review: “Blind Man’s Garden”

Book Review: ‘Blind Man’s Garden’ shows travails of a confused nation through one family’s grief     “The Blind Man”s Garden” by Nadeem Aslam.    By Waqas Banoori Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on July 10, 2013.   Author Nadeem Aslam’s ...

08 Jul
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ASNE convention blog post: Emran Hossain

Must ‘national security’ be a dark abyss or will U.S. choose another path? By Emran Hossain It’s the secretive whisper that has turned into a roar and it has become something part Hollywood, personal, professional and of the world of ...

03 Jul
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Fellow blog post: Waqas Banoori – Media Innovation in the contemporary world!

By Waqas Banoori I’ve witnessed media’s development, strengthening and impact on innovation in Pakistan. A country that’s seen four martial laws, autocratic rule, unstable democracy and unaccountable elite has suddenly taken a 180 degree turn. Today, the parliamentarians, bureaucrats, military, ...

03 Jul
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Fellow Chicago Tribune story: Replacement workers brought in to ease funeral home strike

Replacement workers brought in to ease funeral home strike  By Mugambi Mutegi Published in Chicago Tribune in July 2, 2013    Operations at Dignity Memorial Home were thrown into confusion Tuesday after funeral directors and drivers went on strike over ...

02 Jul
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Fellow Chicago Tribune Story: Barbecue sauce has lucrative market with Chicago flavor

Barbecue sauce has lucrative market with Chicago flavor National sauce-makers are based here, and Bucktown niche producer Lillie’s Q charges a premium Lillie’s Q bottles its “Smoky” barbecue sauce in its restaurant at 1856 W. North Ave. (Phil Velasquez, Chicago Tribune / June 17, ...

02 Jul
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Visiting the 9/11 Memorial: Khalid Khattak

By Khalid Khattak On a recent trip to New York, I had the opportunity to visit the 9/11 Memorial. The excitement of being in New York City for the first time immediately vanished when I visited the site of the ...

01 Jul
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Fellow blog post: Glenda Ortega – Media innovation

By Glenda Ortega This week I have been remembering my experiences as a college student 12 years ago.  I am taking a Broadcasting News course in the University of Missouri because I want to learn editing video, and I have ...

24 Jun
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Fellow Chicago Tribune Story: Chicago hires ad manager, seeks sponsors for bike-sharing program

Chicago hires ad manager, seeks sponsors for bike-sharing program   The Divvy bike-sharing program displayed its rides and map of 400 stations at Bike The Drive in May. (Nancy Stone/Tribune / June 21, 2013)    By Mugambi Mutegi Published in Chicago Tribune in ...

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