When Barack Obama arrives on Martha's Vineyard for his first family holiday as president, he will enjoy the sparkling sea, salty air and fresh fish and clams.
And like others he will probably be unaware of the thousands of illegal immigrants ...
This is good journalism because it addresses Towson University students and gives insight about Tigerfest. As a student here, I know I was thirsty for information about this event. Now that I found it somewhere, I feel better about it all.
My generation is too technical. However, people seem to rely heavily on Facebook and Twitter as a way to stay connected and updated with their friends lives. I enjoy conversing and catching up with people in person. This simple concepts makes people feel more special and enjoy the time spent together instead of sending a Facebook message here and there. Technology has made people lazy and lost connection with basic communication skills.
This was not very good journalism at all because In the article the author didn't really talk about Obama much at all. It seemed like he used Obamas name just tog et people to read it but mostly the story was just about islanders outrage over the immigrants. Plus the author didn't cite his sources well at all throughout the article.
This is not very good journalism by the author because he/she has to go more into detail over the whole race for mayor. Also the story was not very newsworthy because it didn't show that much novelty and was not much of a human interest. It's not something a reader will want to stop what they are doing and read this article
Yes, this article definitely exudes good journalism. The journalist did an amazing job informing the audience of the potential long and short-term benefits of "smart bikes". The concept of "bike sharing" is innovative, as well convenient for city dwellers (as mentioned in the article). I also liked how the pros and cons were weighed out; that was an effectice tactic by the journalist to compell me to read on and gain some more knowledge and perspective.
Yes, in my opinion, this is good journalism. The article was very informative, as well as resourceful. I found this particular article to be even more intriguing because this 16-year-old girl went missing in Baltimore, the neighboring city of where I'm currently attending school. I feel like this journalist did a good job informing the Baltimore community the specific ways to help/contribute to this ongoing missing person's case.
Yes, I would consider this to be good journalism. Although it wasn't a very long article, I was able to grasp the general concept and interpret the 'big picture'. I felt that this was a relatively fair, factual, well-written article. It was short and sweet and directly to the point, which I liked.
Yes, this was exceptionally good journalism. This was a very well-written article in that I was given valid points made by both sides of the debate. The resources and factual details that this journalist used made reading this article all the more enticing and intriguing. Overall, this was a great read and very informative; I can't wait to follow up on this article and see what's decided in this matter.
This article showed some evidence of pretty good journalism. What I ultimately took away from this was that there's a somewhat controversial drilling process that's attempting to be passed by the Senate. However, I feel like a few more details/specifics needed to be explained in further detail because I'm left wondering what this "fracking" drilling method actually entails. I would've like for the journalist to explain why this hydraulic fracturing is such a controversial topic.
Yes, this article exudes very good journalism. There were a lot of different topics/bills discussed in this article, and after reading this, I obtained a lot more knowledge about the current issues our Senate is faced with. The best part about this article was the sources, specifically when the Senate members were quoted and gave their inputs.
Yes, this is good journalism. Working on these schools' expansions is a pressing matter, and this journalist thoroughly stated the facts in a detailed manner, furthermore, stressing the urgency of the situation. This article was very well-written and informative; these superintendents are admirable for trying to take the initiative and jumpstart the long overdue construction process for these deserving schools.
This is good journalism because I understand how to use the technology. The author explains how to use the GPS and Wi-Fi capabilities and the benefits. After reading the article readers will graps the usefulness of satellites and hotspots will allow location within seconds.
I felt like this was pretty mediocre journalism. The article was only fairly informative in that it got its main point across, which was Mfume wasn't going to be running for the mayoral position nor was he worthy of the position. I also felt like this journalist was forcing his personal opinions of Mfume (particularly his scandalous past) on the audience.